Brain Cancer Misdiagnosis Quiz
According to research studies, brain cancer misdiagnosis is a fairly frequent event (between 10-40% according to some published reports). Given the importance of having the correct diagnosis it may be prudent to have a second opinion provided by another pathologist, preferable a neuro-pathologist, someone who specializes in diagnosing brain tumors.
The following questions are used as a starting point to help us determine if there may have been a misdiagnosed brain tumor. We encourage you to answer these questions. If we believe that, based on your answers, there may have been a misdiagnosis, we will contact you promptly.