Visiting a doctor is no fun.
It’s expensive, it takes a long time, and you’ll often leave wondering if you told him or her everything they needed to know.
But in any case, when you visit a doctor, it’s to get professional advice about a health concern, right?
So that they can make you well again?
Well, that SHOULD be the outcome.
But new research is showing otherwise.
A number of studies suggest that breakdowns in the diagnostic process result in a shockingly high rate of harm to patients – and even patient deaths.
These include autopsy studies, case reviews, diagnostic testing, and other reviews.
You need to know why this happens – and how to avoid it happening to you.
Find out in our special report.