Re: Dr. Jerome Canady

Tom, can you provide an accurate link to the information you have on Dr. Canady from John Hopkins. I don't seem to be able to retrieve.
Thanks,
Jeff

Take it to the Limit,One More Time! (Eagles)

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Jeff - Here it is - Colleen

http://162.129.103.56/N/n.web?EP=N& … /206867075

This is the link to the messages that directly relate to her father.

http://162.129.103.56/N/n.web?EP=N& … 1145455511

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http://pathology2.jhu.edu/gbbd/guidelines.cfm

Click go to the board. I couldn't get the other link to work

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Good morning Jeff

According to my wife ( Computer Geek ),  our board will not allow me to paste the entire link. You have to carefully highlight those numbers and paste into your address bar.
I am able to cut and paste the entire link into email if it doesn't work for you.
Let me know if I can help.

Tom

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Dear all,

Although it has taken some time, here we are, my sister and I, writing to you in search for your support at this horrible time.   Our hearts still ake with pain and we are still finding it difficult to open up and write about it. Our father passed away on the 29th of November after battling very hard against this monster and for 15 days post surgery. His surgery was major, it lasted close to 13 hours and it involved removing 50 percent of his liver and pancreas, gall bladder, part of his stomach and intestines. Unfortunately his body and in particular his liver was already very weakened by the disease and he didn

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Dear Katia and Silvia,

I really hoped that your absense meant good news.  I am so saddened to hear that your dad passed away.  I'm at an absolute loss for words.  I just wish that we could all hug you both, and provide as much support as you need.  You're so right - 3 months is too short to even process what has happened.  There should be so much more time...

30-something caregiver

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Dear Katia and Silvia Velasco..... My sincere condolences to you both and your Family.  From your discription of how advanced his situation was, Your Father was an extremely strong  and brave man.  His decision to fight this desease was couragous.  May he now without pain nor suffering rest in peace.  I pray that God provides you and your family the strength to understand why he called upon your Father so soon in life.
God's Blessings,
Jeff G.

Take it to the Limit,One More Time! (Eagles)

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Dear Katia and Silvia,
I am so sorry for your loss - all of us were rooting for your dad. There are no words to comfort you right now, so I will just wish you some peace and refuge from your own sorrow.
Joyce

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Katia & Silvia,

We are all so heart sick about your loss.  Thank you for sharing your decisions and your struggles with us. 

Much love to you both,

Stacie

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Katia & Silvia,
I am so sorry things did not work out for your father and I give you my heartfelt and deepest condolences. It must be difficult so near the holidays. Please continue to come in and let us help you and listen when you need an ear.

Kris

Cancer is a word, not a sentence.

36 year old patient with buckets of hope

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Katia & Silvia -
I am sorry to hear that you loss your father to this horrible disease. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Colleen

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Hey Jett we are planning to see this Dr canady for our family memeber can you please let us know waht happened to Katia's father?
and information on this doctor

747JetMech wrote:

Sad news from Johns Hopkins site on patients who recently underwent Dr. Canady's surgery.  One of these patients was Katia's father. 

http://162.129.103.56/N/n.web?EP=N& … /990925679 

To get the above link to work, please copy and paste the whole link.

Please note, this is secondhand information, I have not spoken to any of these people personally.

Tom

38 (edited by killthe cancer Tue, 12 Oct 2010 19:30:29)

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Hey Katia,
I am so sorry for your loss.
I am looking for some updats for Dr canady if you are ok to pass the information can you please let us know if you think your father would have survived if he did not go to Dr canady?
only reason i am asking is we are planning to visit him for one our family memeber so wanted check on every thing befor we take any decision. you input will be higly appreciated.
Thanks a bunch


cksvelasco wrote:

Dear all,

Although it has taken some time, here we are, my sister and I, writing to you in search for your support at this horrible time.   Our hearts still ake with pain and we are still finding it difficult to open up and write about it. Our father passed away on the 29th of November after battling very hard against this monster and for 15 days post surgery. His surgery was major, it lasted close to 13 hours and it involved removing 50 percent of his liver and pancreas, gall bladder, part of his stomach and intestines. Unfortunately his body and in particular his liver was already very weakened by the disease and he didn

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Colleen wrote:

Katia & Silvia -
I am sorry to hear that you loss your father to this horrible disease. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Colleen

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killthecancer......I am not sure whether Tom will come to this site therefore, I will take it upon myself to answer your question.  Unfortunately, I have to report that Katia's Dad had passed away soon after surgery.  In fact, he never left the hospital.  If you are considering a qualified physician regarding surgery for this disease I would make sure to check the reputation and medical records of such doctor.  Please, let us know if we can help you in any way.
Best wishes,
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

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Hey Melody
it's great to hear about your mom's recovery i just wanted to find how is she doing now afte rthe surgery, ia m planning to see
dr canady and you please let us know how she is doing and the details of the surgery

thanks


melody539 wrote:

My mother had surgery at MonValley Hospital one week ago by Dr. Canady to remove her Klatskin Tumor. He resected 40% of her liver and she is doing well, going home today; will start chemo/radiation in one week. She is 76 yrs. old. Dr. Canady is the most dedicated, passionate, caring doctor I have ever met. Just ask the other 4 families he did surgery on this past week, Katya's dad included.  WE ALL LOVE DR. CANADY!!!  If anyone wants any info feel free to contact me.

A very grateful daughter,    Melody

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thanks for your response i am really confused at this point so looking out for options.

marions wrote:

killthecancer......I am not sure whether Tom will come to this site therefore, I will take it upon myself to answer your question.  Unfortunately, I have to report that Katia's Dad had passed away soon after surgery.  In fact, he never left the hospital.  If you are considering a qualified physician regarding surgery for this disease I would make sure to check the reputation and medical records of such doctor.  Please, let us know if we can help you in any way.
Best wishes,
Marion

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I understand that.  You are researching options, as all of us do.  The threads regarding Dr. Canady date back to 2007 and on this board, no one else has spoken of him since.  Have you been diagnosed with this cancer or, are you advocating for someone else? 
Best wishes,
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

44 (edited by 2000miler Wed, 16 Jan 2013 13:44:13)

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I was extracting information on "Neill," husband of Cindy Russell for a foundation database, when I ran across references to the controversial Dr. Jerome Canady.  Neill posted on these boards from 10/31/07 - 11/27/07 and on his own web site.  According to him, Dr. Canady used his invention, the Plasma Beam Catheter to remove every vestige of cancerous tumor at the cellular level that had been wrapped around the arteries and veins of Cindy's liver.  Doctors from John Hopkins, Mayo Clinic, and Pittsburg UPMC had said she was inoperable and gave her no more than 6 months to live.  The case was reported on television news. Cindy passed away on 16 Nov 2009, having survived 2.35 years since her surgery and 2.69 years since her diagnosis, well over her 6 month expectation.

Dr. Canady presently is associated with the Canady Surgical Group in Washington, DC.  He refers to his invention now as a Plasma Surgical Scapel, with scalpel spelled scapel.  I couldn't find any other information on this device by Googling.  However, there is information on a device with a similar name and similar purpose, the Micor-Plasma Surgical Scalpel, which is discussed in a NASA Tech Brief for 11/1/11 and in more detail at:

http://contest.techbriefs.com/component … ticle/1650

Please be advised that any advice or information in my posts is my personal opinion only and is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice.  ALWAYS seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider.

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