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Again, her mammogram was misinterpreted and once again her cancer had not been found. When the patient was diagnosed at a later time ultimately, she had stage 4 breast tumor that had pass on. The main tumor was in the same region where the previous mammogram have been read as showing a dilated duct. She pursued a malpractice claim against both hospitals and doctors. The doctor and hospital that interpreted the 3rd mammogram as suggesting small nodular densities settled for an undisclosed sum within an amount less that the $2.0 million obtainable in insurance coverage. The physician and hospital that incorrectly interpreted the previous mammogram would not settle for the entire amount of the policy, offering only $125,000. The case proceeded to trial where evidence was offered that got the mammogram not been incorrectly interpreted the cancer tumor could have been uncovered while still a Stage 1 cancer, which typically has a 5 year survival rate greater than 90 percent.