My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: back in november of 2011, my mother had a canker sore problem as so it would seem. the canker sore would not go away and doctors, multiple doctors put it on the side. finally, on April 3rd, 2012, 30 minutes ago, test results confirmed that it is oral cancer. it took a whopping 6 months to find out she has oral cancer. I'm litterally in tears just writing this as it pains my heart. This is the first ever I had a family member who has cancer. It hurts so much I can hardly bear it. I feel like the doctors cared more about referring other doctors to deal with her so they wouldn't have to deal with the canker sore. It was really tiny and unnoticeable until now. I feel powerless, I don't know where to go, i don't know how to start, and I don't even know where to begin. . Is it my problem that I think the doctors did something wrong and ignored my mom's problems? Do I have a right to fight back against this treachery? I have all of the appointments, dates, and everything.
Should it really take 6-7 months to find out if someone has cancer? Please. I'm desperate for any say, any opinion. She's my mother, she fed me, held my hand, dried my tears, and put her whole heart in me, anything that you can imagine to think of the perfect possible mom. Even at 24, I'm still her baby boy, and I still have the same heart I had when I was 6 when i looked up to her and smiled.
Sorry, I'm new here. I'm not sure if this is a double post or not.