Ratings for Dr. Philip Stuart
We have been patients of Dr. Stewart for decades. He acts, also, as a G.P. A strength ? He knows every specialist in Toronto. We get speedy referrals, if needed. He takes as much time as is needed. His experienced eye sees your diagnosis, before you reveal it. Thank you Dr. Stewart. You are a true healer. Coline Bettson
Skin diseases are allowed. Strongyloidiasis is not. The death rate of people with this hyperinfection is 85%, as you can see in this Cdn publication http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/publicat/ccdr-rmtc/16vol42/dr-rm42-1/assets/pdf/16vol42_1_ar-03-eng.pdf It says, " Immune suppression such as that which occurs in the setting of prolonged corticosteroid therapy, HTLV-1 infection, or hematologic malignancy, is a risk factor for disseminated strongyloidiasis (11,12,13,14), an entity documented to carry a mortality rate in excess of 85% (15,16). The exact mechanisms for immunologic control of this infection are unclear." This tells the doctors not to treat them because they do not know of a treatment. If you have cancer it is a success if you extend life by one or two months. If you have strongyloidiasis you will be ridiculed, neglected and left to die. The doctor says even with a positive test for someone immunosuppressed, she cannot treat. The publication may create impression there is treatment but there is a very strong stranglehold on ensuring people do not get treatment and do not know this is their illness. As an affiliate of this publication, I see nothing but actual corruption. Doctors should not have to whisper to patients in Emergency to go to the Curezone web site to find out how to treat themselves with veterinary anti parasitics. We need media attention. it will uncover something far more sinister and unbelievable than the sugar or tobacco industry hid. The Government did not look after us then and it is very neglectful now. Dr. Stuart, with his high ranking, should do his part to stop the stranglehold.
Dr Stuart is a genius. I met him years ago through a family member of mine. I took my mom to him 6-7 years ago with some kind of skin disease. Five doctors could not diagnose what it was, including emerg. doctors. Dr. Stuart looked at it asked me a couple medical history questions and bang done, diagnosed. He sent me to a very good skin specialist that treated my mom like gold. I have a family doctor but if she could not give me a diagnosis I would beg to get in to see Dr. Stuart. My SIL is his patient and he doesn't know what he will do when Dr. Stuart retires. He's the Best!
They are allowed to treat children for parasites - not adults. Only 1% to 4% of tests work. So he counts on using his humour to get away with the disrespectful and degrading feedback to adults. He gives an unwarranted diagnosis of parasitosis (psychotic) to adults. No conscience.
Dr. Stuart is an outstanding infectious disease specialist, and a very caring and compassionate individual. He is very thorough and very gentle with kids and their parents. We were very concerned about a little kid in our family because of serious parasite he had. Dr. Stuart was great in the diagnosis, treatment, and follow up. Keep up the good work doc.
We have been patients of Dr. Stuart's for many years, passed down in our family. He is an absolute genius! he is kind, patient and extremely patient. He is knowledgeable not only in his own medical profession but in over all medicine. I regret the day he retires.
Dr. Stuart is a wonderfully knowledgeable and wise doctor. He takes the time to listen to your concerns. He is thorough and his easy manner makes you feel relaxed knowing he will do what it takes to give you the best possible care to make you well. In a day where doctors, just breeze you in and out - Thank you Dr. Stuart for truly caring.
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