Local women among many misdiagnosed with MS, lawsuit says

25th August, 2016 by

By Randy Wyrick

DENVER — On July 17, 2007, Frisco resident Brenda Culhane went to see neurologist Dr. Gary Weiss at his medical practice on Bighorn Road in Vail. She complained of upper extremity weakness, and Weiss recommended an MRI, an EEG and an EMG of her brain and upper extremities. The next month, Weiss had grim news: Culhane had multiple sclerosis, an incurable neurodegenerative disease.Eagle County resident Mercedes Aragon went to see Weiss on Jul 20, 2009, with neck pain and dizziness. Weiss began treating her for multiple sclerosis.Both women sued Weiss in Denver U.S. District Court. Denver attorneys James Puga and …

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