The results of a new study show that as many as 75 percent of all breast cancer biopsies are misread by pathologists in Wisconsin and across the United States. The study was published by the American Medical Association on March 17.
When an individual goes to see his or her doctor, that person is expecting that the doctor will be able to help. While doctors do know a lot about the human body, they may not know everything in regards to medicine. For instance, many doctors do not know how they affect the financial aspect of a patient's care. In a survey, only 36 percent of doctors said that they believe that they have a major role in controlling patient costs.