Tuesday, September 16, 2008


Medical mistakes can have more serious consequences when they happen to children, according to an article in the Well blog of the New York Times. Various reasons are cited in the piece, and the article does include some important tips from experts for parents to lower the chance their child will be harmed by his or her treatment.

As we've noted on this blog before, things can and do happen even when the patient or family member is well informed. We'd just like to pass along this information as we think it may be useful as a basic guide.


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