Worse doctor to entrust a loved one's well being and life.. In less than a year's time this "doctor",and I use the term loosely, has misdiagnosed at least two patients, both now deceased, as having relatively minor conditions, when in fact both had cancer. In at least one case, that of my mom's, he took his time about getting her in for timely first appointment , at least a month, when informed of the lump that came up under her chiin. Then on first appointment he misdiagnosed her as onlyu having a swollen gland., and said he thought he had seen her before about it. He hadn't. Then he set anothe r appointment for more than a month away. During the following month my mother said the lump was getting larger> I called to tell doc kos and his reply was 'it doesn't get that large that fast, and it was only a swollen gland. He did not rush up for urgent appointment as it was still about a month or more before he finally found time to see her. Then in spite of plainly visible worsening growth, he still stuck to same old story, and did not perform biopsy. (Listen carefully Kossy Boy- BI-OP-SY, look it up in the DIC-TION-ARY.Then we did what we should have donne in the first place, and took her to a REAL DOCTOR, who did a biopsy, and the results came back as her having CAN-CER.There's another word for you to look up Kossy. She had one chemo, became anemic, and had to have a transfusion. She got to where she could no longer chew food or even swallow water, and had to have a feeding tube to her stomach, and passed away shortly thereafter. THEN when Kossy learned of this his reply was he does the best he can, but sometimes he might lose one or two, and that perhaps if she would have had faster treatment.YES, if he had of gotten her in faster, and done a biopsy like he should have, then it could have been taken off surgically. But after all the time he wasted it was blocking the major arteries in her throat. The other person I know of who was misdiagnosed by him was my mom's friend's daughter in law who passed away less than a year after my mom.
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