Cold Blood Surgery
This is an updated account of the CPSO’s 2nd decision of the iatrogenic prostate surgery medical malpractice by a urologist Dr. Victor Mak of Ontario. The CPSO’s investigations were unbelievably flawed. Read what Dr. Mak’s counsel had to say before the appeal board.
Dr. Victor Mak perforated his patient's rectum after he performed prostate surgery; Dr. Mak lost more than the patient's total blood volume in one surgery; Dr. Mak took out fatty tissues and claimed he took out lymph nodes; Dr. Mak left behind cancers in the body but told family that all the cancers were cut out; Dr. Mak's operative report did not reveal the true disastrous nature of the surgery under his hands; numerous essential evidence was despicably missing from Dr. Mak's file during investigation and peer review in two separate occasions.