When to request a second opinion for cancer?
In general, a second opinion is a good option for people who have recently received a cancer diagnosis but have not started treatment, as well as for people who have already completed chemotherapy or radiation treatment.
Where to go for a remote second opinion?
If you have a medical emergency, call your local emergency service or go to your nearest hospital or urgent care center. To offer the most comprehensive opinion possible, MSK remote second opinion brings together a team of experts. This includes specialists from pathology, radiology, and oncology.
What kind of second opinion can I get from MSK?
Every MSK remote second opinion includes: A pathology review. An MSK pathologist will review the materials provided. A radiology review. An MSK radiologist will review the most recent scans in up to two imaging types (such as MRI and PET/CT).
Can you get a second opinion at Memorial Sloan Kettering?
Even if you are not able to travel to New York for an appointment, you can still receive a medical opinion from Memorial Sloan Kettering’s world-class oncologists, pathologists, radiologists, and molecular diagnosticians. Who Should Request a Second Opinion?
Who is the probate attorney in New York?
These responsibilities can be time-consuming. If you have been named the executor of a New York estate, contact Smolarek Law at (716) 771-1601 to schedule a consultation with a probate and estate administration attorney to discuss your role in the estate administration process.
When to file for probate in New York State?
Probate When a Decedent (the person who died) had a Will then the Will must be filed in Surrogate’s Court and admitted for probate. If the Decedent died without a Will, then an administration proceeding should be file.
How are beneficiaries notified of a probate proceeding?
Beneficiaries who will inherit something under the will must be notified of the probate proceeding. The filing fee is based on the size of the estate. Probate proceedings can be very complicated.
Who is the executor of a will in New York?
Once the Surrogate (the Judge in Surrogate’s Court) is convinced of the validity of the Will, the Executor named in the Will is appointed to distribute the estate and carry out the wishes of the person who died. The Surrogate’s Court oversees this process.