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In medical malpractice cases competent poof of a diminished chance for a cure or better outcome or increased injury and pain and suffering may be a substantial factor or proximate cause of injury. Part 1 of this article will deal with such evidence as presented in failure to diagnose and treat cancer cases while part 2 of this article will address such evidence as presented in failure to diagnose other medical conditions and illness.                                      

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