A woman is suing a hospital and two physicians for negligence and wrongful death after a hospital failed to diagnose a cancerous nodule. The man was given diagnostics tests, including a CT scan of his chest, which revealed a nodule on his lung that should have been considered malignant, but was considered to be negative. The man was discharged from the hospital unaware of the fact that he had a malignant nodule on his lung. Following his discharge, the man was admitted to the hospital again for experiencing extreme pain in multiple areas his body and it was then discovered that he was suffering from metastatic lung disease. The cancer had already spread to his bones. The man claims that the negligence and carelessness of the hospital caused a significant delay in the victim’s treatment. The surviving relatives are suing for medical malpractice and wrongful death damages. To read more about the misdiagnosis, please click the link.