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March 2015 Archives

Study shows breast cancer biopsies often misdianosed

The results of a new study show that pathologists may be misreading the breast cancer biopsies of women in Connecticut and across the United States as much as 75 percent of the time. The research was published in the "Journal of the American Medical Association" on March 17.

Determining liability in a car crash

In many cases, car accidents in Connecticut involving more than one vehicle are the result of a series of actions taken by the drivers involved. This means that it is likely that two or more drivers who were in the wreck share the fault for causing the crash. There are two main theories to determine how that fault will be shared: comparative negligence and contributory negligence.

Symptoms and treatment of spinal fractures from car accidents

Spinal fractures are serious injuries and most often occur in the mid-back (thoracic spine) and lower back (lumbar spine). Connecticut motorists might not know that these types of spinal fractures are often the result of high-impact traffic collisions, although falls from high places, sports accidents and other traumas may also be causes.

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