November 23, 2007 at 1:36 pm #17575neillMember
For all concerned;
Dr. Jerome Canady was called before a peer review committe on Wednesday,Nov. 21st made up of doctors and hospital staff at Monongehela Valley Hospital. The reason behind calls for his suspension and removal from the hospital staff was a simple word called complacency. Anytime you step out of the ranks, you can expect that others will shot at you. An old core group of doctors did not want a world-class, innovative surgeon operating in their midst! Plain and simple.
Praise God, thanks to much prayer around the world, Dr. Canady has been fully reinstated as a onocological surgeon at Mon Valley! You maybe asking, “How can Dr. Canady succeed in these intricate, almost “impossible” procedures when others haven’t or ever wouldn’t even dream to try. The answer is “faith”. This is what makes Jerome Canady so unique. He believes that God has endowed him with the confidence and ability to get the job done. Using a plasma beam catheter, that he invented, he can successfully removed ever vestige of cancerous tumor at the cellular level that have wrapped around the arteries and veins of the liver, bile duct, pancreas, colon, stomach, and esophagus. Since my wife’s last surgery on July 10th, Dr. Canady has successfully removed “inoperable” tumors from many others who were deemed “unresectable” by top cancer surgeons/doctors from all over the world. Did some patients die? Unfortunately and regrettably, yes. All of Dr. Canady’s patients are extremely “high risk”, but the vast majority survive and gratefully go on with their lives knowing that God has granted them a second chance.
Miracles still happen!
Neill RussellNovember 23, 2007 at 1:01 pm #17574neillMember
Seven months ago, only days after being diagnosed with terminal bile duct cancer that had consumed over 75-80% of her liver, my wife Cindy asked, “When God grants me my miracle I want you to do me one favor.”
With tears in my eyes I answer, “Anything!”
With full confidence that somehow, somewhere, God was going to have that massive, foot long tumor removed completely from her body, she proceeded to ask, “Make me a website to give others HOPE.”
Yesterday, my beautiful wife of 35 years celebrated the best Thanksgiving ever with her family totally cancer free! God granted Cindy her miracle. He led us to Dr. Jerome Canady. Her website, http://www.curedoflivercancer.com has literally saved the lives of scores of others from all parts of the nation and the world. If your loved one also needs a miracle, please go to our website. Also checkout Cindy’s website http://www.cindysmiracle.com to see our full story.
Miracles still can happen!
Neill RussellNovember 11, 2007 at 2:56 pm #17573
Yes very interesting you would think they would want to keep him thereif he was so wonderful inreality though he does more harm than good and i feel hat the hospital i s slowly finding this out . I commend he hospital for taking a stand that ill obviously put them in the spotlightNovember 11, 2007 at 10:25 am #17572fathersonMember
he was indeed suspended, but via temporary injunction he is allowed to resume surgery for the time being.
i found this article tonight:
it doesn’t really go into specifics about the cause of the suspension. what is interesting though is the notion of a hospital trying to preclude it’s own doctor from performing procedures.
i’m sure there will be additional news reports in the coming week.November 11, 2007 at 1:07 am #17565popebaillieMember
My wife said something about that also. I will try to post the link asap.
TomNovember 11, 2007 at 12:28 am #17564cherryleMembertruth4u wrote:Cherryle,
How did what happen
There was a comment on here yesterday that DR Canady had been suspended and I had ask the person what happened. I see now that comment is gone?
This was the comment they made.
To those of you discussing Dr. Canady – he has been suspended as of 11/8/07.November 10, 2007 at 5:42 pm #17571popebaillieMember
I see that there are 2 people scheduled for meetings or surgery with Doctor Canady next week. Please post updates for our readers if possible.
PS: Both my wife and I were suspicious of him to say the least. I am trying to give advice according to facts and not feelings to one of my family members that is ill.November 10, 2007 at 12:35 am #17570
How did what happenNovember 9, 2007 at 4:36 pm #17557cherryleMember
How did this happen? Where can we read more about it?November 9, 2007 at 3:39 pm #17569tamMember
Let me reinforce Marion’s words – as a result of your courage to post we will be even more vigilant in our evaluation in the event my uncle is told he is a surgical canddate by Dr. Canady.
Thank you!November 9, 2007 at 2:49 pm #17568
Thank you MarionNovember 9, 2007 at 1:06 am #17567marionsModerator
you are not fighting a losing battle at all. In fact, you are bringing out an opinion causing us to think and evaluate a surgeon. This is beneficial, as all of us are working towards the same goal: awareness, hope and a cure for this cancer.
Thanks for your input
MarionsNovember 9, 2007 at 12:31 am #17566
Your story certainly breaks my heart and a stong person you must be. Whether or not Canady invented this machine has yet to be determined there are allegations that the patent is stolen and many court nots about it . I feel as if I am fighting a losing battle trying to save people from his grasps I guess they will just hav eto learn on their own . As for you I only wish you peace and love for you and yours.November 8, 2007 at 11:11 pm #17563
I am sure you are scareed very natural feeling . My question to you is if others have told you it cannot be done why do you think he can do it because he says he can . The other doctors have moral obligation to not put your father through an ordeal . It may buy him some time but what condition will he be in . Canady has nothing to lose he makes money either way . I feel all this news hype on a local tv show seems somewhat commercialized . How many other doctors do you see on tv promoting themselves. The first man that was origanally on tv I was recently told was no longer alive and lived in pain and with horrible wounds. I will no longer try to convince you to go an alternate route but I will be here if you need a friendNovember 8, 2007 at 9:00 pm #17562cksvelascoMember
I appreciate you telling me your dad’s history. My dad is 71 he has cancer of the gallbladder and bile ducts which is spreading to the middle of his liver. At the moment he has it nowhere else that can be seen. He had an unsuccessful operation on the 4th of September and he has had no chemio or radio. I understand that the operation has enormous risks. We have been explained the risks but the other prospect is bleak.
The problem that Dr Canady has is that a lot of the people that come to him (I include us) have been turned down from anywhere else for surgery and have stage 4 cancer or very advanced or in various locations. The operations that he conducts are therefore very risky. I expect his mortality rate to be higher than other surgeon’s. However, I do agree with you that it is important to go in in full knowledge of the risks and concious of the probability of success and Dr Canady is a very confident man which can be interpreted as nothing wrong can happen. I don’t know what the answer to all this is and we are very scared about my dad but we just have to hope and trust our instincts.
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