Virginia doctor allegedly performed hysterectomies, tied fallopian tubes without consent
Virginia doctor allegedly tied women's fallopian tubes, performed hysterectomies without consent, federal investigators say
ABC News › 1 day ago
A Virginia doctor allegedly performed surgeries on women that made them infertile without their consent or knowledge, prosecutors are alleging in a federal lawsuit.
New York Post › 23 hours ago
An obstetrician-gynecologist in Virginia allegedly performed unnecessary surgeries on unsuspecting patients – including tying a woman’s Fallopian tubes without her consent, according to a report. Dr. Javaid Perwaiz, 69, of Chesapeake, has been...
BuzzFeed › 18 hours ago
After going to a fertility specialist, one of the women discovered "both fallopian tubes were burnt down to nubs, making natural conception impossible."View Entire Post ›
Fox News › 18 hours ago
A Virginia doctor was arrested Friday for allegedly performing unnecessary surgical procedures on women without their knowledge or consent.
HuffPost › Incident › 13 hours ago
One woman’s fallopian tubes were allegedly “burnt down to nubs” after going to Javaid Perwaiz for treatment.
CNN › Lifestyle › 16 hours ago
A Virginia doctor has been arrested after he was accused of performing hysterectomies and other unnecessary medical procedures on patients without their consent, according to a federal affidavit.
The New York Times › 17 hours ago
Javaid Perwaiz, an obstetrician and gynecologist, was arrested last week. In one instance, he was accused of tying one patient’s fallopian tubes without her knowledge, according to court documents.
The Sun › 19 hours ago
A SURGEON has been accused of sterilising several women without their consent – with some patients waking to find their WOMBS missing. Dr Javaid Perwaiz, 69, was arrested by the FBI after a tip-off from a hospital worker in Chesapeake, Virginia. One...
New York Daily News › Incident › 21 hours ago
A Virginia doctor was arrested Friday after multiple patients accused him of performing unnecessary surgeries without even telling them.
The Independent › 13 hours ago
Javaid Perwaiz performed more than 500 surgeries on low-income patients between 2014 and 2018