Some illnesses have similar symptoms, but are actually quite different. If a doctor confuses a patient's actual disorder with another one, the patient may receive inappropriate medication or treatment that does nothing to restore them to health. In fact, they will likely get worse as their disease progresses unimpeded.
AS leaders in the area of auto safety and passenger protection we have been following the Takata airbag recall story in the press, and are involved in the litigation against Honda as a result of the defective airbags. Millions of vehicles equipped with Takata airbags were part of a massive recall due to a defect in the safety devices.
In our previous post, we shared some of the ways in which attorneys and other staff for Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger give back by aiding the less fortunate. We focused on our support for worthwhile organizations like Walk San Francisco and the San Francisco Firefighters.
With the holidays here, it is a time many people in San Francisco make their annual charitable donations, or volunteer for their favorite causes. At Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger, giving back to the community is a year-round job.
They say that no scientific experiment is a failure, because even when the results are different than expected, we have gained collective knowledge. When an experimental medical treatment turns out to be ineffective, it can be frustrating, for the millions of people who might benefit.