A delay in diagnosing cancer can mean the difference between an achievable remission or a terminal prognosis. Having a delay in diagnosing cancer is not necessarily an actionable claim. In medical malpractice, we must be able to show that the outcome would have been different had an earlier diagnosis been rendered and treatment administered. Attorney Marc Stewart explains the subtle difference between actionable and non-actionable claims arising from a delay in diagnosing cancer. If you or a loved one have been the victim of a delayed diagnosis in cancer, contact our office, and allow Attorney Stewart to assess your potential claim.