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In this episode of Inside Medical Malpractice, Chris Rokosh talks to Paul Cahill about the highs and lows of a trial involving the delayed diagnosis of uterine cancer. Paul’s theory of the case is simple; when a patient presents to a doctors office with abnormal vaginal bleeding, an endometrial biopsy should be done. The conclusion? When it comes to uterine cancer, early diagnosis is better. Learn how and why Paul decided to take on this complicated fatality case, how he dealt with the challenge of running a trial as a single father, and where his good ideas come from. Paul offers invaluable advice for lawyers, healthcare providers and patients.