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Topic: Dr Canady helped my wife

My wife was diagnosed in South Africa (20 January 2016) with unresectable cholangiocarcinoma. I contacted Dr Canady after reading about him on this site. He was very helpful from the start. They gave my wife max 18 months to live. In July 2016  we visited Dr Canady in America. He is a brilliant caring Doctor. Nobody was prepared to operate on my wife. This year January she had her first operation at Rush University Medical centre. In March she had the second operation at same hospital. Dr Mullikan did the surgery with Dr Canady. Brilliant Doctors. My wife is on her way back to South Africa ( cancer free) with Dr Canady. He is using a new invention called cold plasma on the tumor, The cold plasma only kill the affected cells and not the healthy ones like chemo does. I can recommend Dr Canady, because he help my wife when nobody wanted to.
drjcanady@canadysurgicalgroup.com

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Thanks for sharing this information.  My mom does not have the option of surgery, and we decided not to pursue this route or find a doctor who will say otherwise. Took risky at this point.  This sounds familiar, but it was by the name of cryosurgery in which cells are frozen.  I brought it to the attention of an oncologist, but it seemed he dismissed it due to being so adamant of the standard treatment for all patients.

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Just sharing the information. My e-mail is tb7@mweb.co.za

http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/2 … old-Plasma

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Hi everyone
Just an update on my wife,
Today we received the good news after the MRI scan that there is no sign of cancer, That after a liver resection of 85% in 2 operations,

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Theo,

What great news.  So happy to hear this.  We need more of this positive news here.  Take care and keep in touch to let us know how she is doing.

Hugs,
Darla

"One Day At A Time"

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Theo,

Wonderful news. Thank you for sharing.  We love hearing the success stories!

I hope your wife is feeling well and back to enjoying life.

Debbie

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Theo....congratulations on the terrific report.   How is your wife's recovery coming along?

Hugs
Marion

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Hi Marion
My wife is doing well and busy recovering in South Africa. The drs in South Africa cant believe the scan results. 'The tumor was 16cm when diagnosed and inoperable. There is ALWAYS HOPE!!!!

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Theo.....absolutely and totally agree with you in that there is always hope.  So thrilled to hear your wife is doing great.  How long has it been now?

Hugs
Marion

THIS INFORMATION IS NOT INTENDED NOR IMPLIED TO BE A SUBSTITUTE FOR PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ADVICE. YOU SHOULD ALWAYS SEEK THE ADVICE OF YOUR PHYSICIAN OR OTHER QUALIFIED HEALTH CARE PROVIDER