Doctor Who Advised Family Against Flu Shot Found Dead In Woods

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A Montgomery County, Pennsylvania doctor was found dead in a wooded area near a trail on Wednesday morning. Dr. Peter Cianfrani was 70 years of age and beloved by his many patients. His body was found near Perkiomen Trail in Montgomery County. No cause has been determined, police say no foul play is being investigated.

The doctor went missing on Tuesday leading to a search. Police later located his vehicle near the trail, leading to a search of the area. Cianfrani has 40 years of medical experience running the Pennsburg Family Practice. He graduated from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia in 1974.

One of his patients, according to Neon Nettle, called Cinfrani “one of the good guys” for advising them against taking a flu shot.

“He warned my family that flu shots were dangerous and that we should avoid them when we first started seeing him. I knew then he was one of the good guys. Such sad news.”

A nurse, according to the same report, stated, “I loved him…he was my doctor for 20 yrs, always charming and caring. My heart goes out to his family and the staff at Pennsburg Family Practice, many of them have been with him for years too.”


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1 Comment on "Doctor Who Advised Family Against Flu Shot Found Dead In Woods"

  1. I dated Peter Cianfrani when we were in college.
    A complete gentleman. Fun to be with and kind to everyone. We both went to University of Pennsylvania. Not snobby at all. The most upbeat person I ever met. Can’t say enough good things.

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