This Book Could Save Your Life

The sound patients make when they fall off the earth is so quiet that hardly anyone can hear it.

For one of my clients, Richard Semsker, a forty-six-year-old attorney, the sound was a thin rustle, as his internist handed him a sheet of paper that told him his life was ruined for no good reason.

He already knew that the mole on his lower back, which had recently turned a mottled blue-brown, had proven to be an aggressive cancer, a melanoma. But now the newly discovered paper told him that a dermatologist had recommended the mole be excised eight years before, long before it turned deadly. Somehow, no one had notified the patient.

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