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YET ONE MORE man whose life was saved by "this fantastically talented young consultant cardiologist", Dr Gerry McCann - posted Friday 11th May 2007 by Steve Cronin

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YET ONE MORE man whose life was saved by "this fantastically talented young consultant cardiologist", Dr Gerry McCann - posted Friday 11th May 2007 by Steve Cronin

Post by Tony Bennett on 05.03.17 14:43

How many more people's lives have been saved by Dr Gerry McCann, "this fantastically talented young consultant cardiologist"?

Here's one more, Steve Cronin from Leicester:

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Posted by Steve Cronin, Friday 11th May 2007

If there IS a God....

and if you, my fellow seafarers, believe in Him, please pray that He might bring back joy and remove the totally dark despair which has come into the life of a very special doctor and his family, neighbours of very close friends of ours and who saved the life of this, your humble scribe, less than two years ago.

I fell off my bike, totally exhausted in June 2005, cycling back in an irrational hurry from the DIY store to Gouvia Marina in 34c and 78% humidity and had trouble in getting my breath for a good few minutes afterwards. I recovered quite soon but had a recurrence, needing a 999 ambulance five days after returning to the UK. I was stabilised and referred to the Glenfield General Hospital, University of Leicester Hospitals Trust, Rapid Response Chest Pain Unit, where I met Dr Gerry McCann for the first time. Over the months, quite apart from discovering that his early medical training had been in the same med. schools and hospitals as both my elder son James and his younger brother John, establishing a great rapport with this fantastically talented young consultant cardiologist, Gerry also worked out a strategy of tests and treatments for me which used a combination of the best of the NHS and private facilities available here in Leicester (which, incidentally, has, under Professor Anthony (Tony) Gershlick, the finest Cardiac treatment facility in the UK). My wife, Gill has the privilege of being a member of that trust.

This had the result that I, once a beer swilling, cheese addicted, overweight slob, have now lost 50lbs, reduced my BP from 190/112 to 127/72 and my "Bad" Cholesterol to 4.4 is now able to do 8km (equiv.) on an air rower ever day of the week in under 15 minutes. (when I was discharged, I struggled to get under 20 minutes, if I managed to finish 8km at all). I will now take on any one of you so long as you're 15 years younger than me!

In short, Gerry McCann and his colleague co-consultant, Gail Richardson, SAVED STEVE CRONIN'S LIFE!

It is for that reason, as I pack tonight to go out to Greece at 8am that I ask every forumite, even if, like me, they have never been to Portugal, to think back in their lives to try to recall ANY possible instance of strange goings-on ANYWHERE that might have even the slightest indication of any link to the events in Algarve which might be even the slightest bit relevant.


Watching television news broadcasts, you can all see what this tragedy is doing to Gerry and Kate - herself a hard-working GP to the residents (what a "comfortable " word!) of Melton Mowbray. To anyone who has had the privilege of meeting either one of them, this is OH, SO DESPERATELY AND STARKLY, more evident..

Many years ago an employee of an old friend of mine got arrested, for possessing a collection of "Snuff" movies. On recollection, my friend actually recalled instances which, in retrospect indicated a leaning towards possible perversion and these were used in the subsequent prosecution.

ANYTHING can be relevant and is worth passing on, no matter how seemingly insignificant. That is the stage we are currently at. If you know ANYTHING, you cannot possibly justify holding it back.

I have two sons of whom I am exceedingly proud and who I am sure will make as good doctors as Gerry McCann in years to come but secretly, I have always yearned for a little ("Daddy I love you") daughter.

PLEASE, PLEASE, if you have even the slightest feeling that anything you know or have seen could possibly bring Gerry & Kate's little angel back to them,. PLEASE let Leicestershire Police know NOW on


(0044) 116 222 2222 or www.leics.police.uk/contact/ 

Thank you

Steve Cronin

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He appears to be totally unrelated to a Stephen Alan Cronin, then aged 29, who was a guest at the Ocean Club the same week the McCanns were there.




The only Stephen Alan Cronin I can find is one, born in 1978, who is a computer programmer and company director of Biggest Brightest Games Ltd and lives in Huddersfield


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Re: YET ONE MORE man whose life was saved by "this fantastically talented young consultant cardiologist", Dr Gerry McCann - posted Friday 11th May 2007 by Steve Cronin

Post by suzyjohnson on 05.03.17 15:13

Now you're ahead of the newspapers.

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Re: YET ONE MORE man whose life was saved by "this fantastically talented young consultant cardiologist", Dr Gerry McCann - posted Friday 11th May 2007 by Steve Cronin

Post by MayMuse on 05.03.17 15:17

spin Why would anyone mention "snuff" movies in the middle of exalting Gerry & Kate McCann.

Is this for real? 

Watching television news broadcasts, you can all see what this tragedy is doing to Gerry and Kate - herself a hard-working GP to the residents (what a "comfortable " word!) of Melton Mowbray. To anyone who has had the privilege of meeting either one of them, this is OH, SO DESPERATELY AND STARKLY, more evident..

Many years ago an employee of an old friend of mine got arrested, for possessing a collection of "Snuff" movies. On recollection, my friend actually recalled instances which, in retrospect indicated a leaning towards possible perversion and these were used in the subsequent prosecution.

ANYTHING can be relevant and is worth passing on, no matter how seemingly insignificant. That is the stage we are currently at. If you know ANYTHING, you cannot possibly justify holding it back.

I have two sons of whom I am exceedingly proud and who I am sure will make as good doctors as Gerry McCann in years to come but secretly, I have always yearned for a little ("Daddy I love you") daughter.

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Post by suzyjohnson on 05.03.17 15:26

It does sound odd doesn't it? (Especially in the light of the Gaspar statements).

 I suppose he was just thinking that any information might turn out to be relevant and to contact the police.

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Re: YET ONE MORE man whose life was saved by "this fantastically talented young consultant cardiologist", Dr Gerry McCann - posted Friday 11th May 2007 by Steve Cronin

Post by Tony Bennett on 05.03.17 15:34

@MayMuse wrote:spin Why would anyone mention "snuff" movies in the middle of exalting Gerry & Kate McCann.

Is this for real? 

Watching television news broadcasts, you can all see what this tragedy is doing to Gerry and Kate - herself a hard-working GP to the residents (what a "comfortable " word!) of Melton Mowbray. To anyone who has had the privilege of meeting either one of them, this is OH, SO DESPERATELY AND STARKLY, more evident..

Many years ago an employee of an old friend of mine got arrested, for possessing a collection of "Snuff" movies. On recollection, my friend actually recalled instances which, in retrospect indicated a leaning towards possible perversion and these were used in the subsequent prosecution.

ANYTHING can be relevant and is worth passing on, no matter how seemingly insignificant. That is the stage we are currently at. If you know ANYTHING, you cannot possibly justify holding it back.

I have two sons of whom I am exceedingly proud and who I am sure will make as good doctors as Gerry McCann in years to come but secretly, I have always yearned for a little ("Daddy I love you") daughter.

He gave the name of his two sons, James & John, in his posting (which was on a yachting site by the way), and that checks out completely with the 192.com records I posted.

I have to say I also gulped when I saw the reference to 'snuff' movies in his post

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Re: YET ONE MORE man whose life was saved by "this fantastically talented young consultant cardiologist", Dr Gerry McCann - posted Friday 11th May 2007 by Steve Cronin

Post by MayMuse on 05.03.17 15:42

It is all rather bizarre, he mentions his two sons who he is proud of and would make as good doctors as GM, I wonder if they (his sons) are Doctors? 


The "snuff" reference seems out of context and raises concerns in my opinion.

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Re: YET ONE MORE man whose life was saved by "this fantastically talented young consultant cardiologist", Dr Gerry McCann - posted Friday 11th May 2007 by Steve Cronin

Post by sallypelt on 05.03.17 17:10

@Tony Bennett wrote:How many more people's lives have been saved by Dr Gerry McCann, "this fantastically talented young consultant cardiologist"?

Here's one more, Steve Cronin from Leicester:

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Posted by Steve Cronin, Friday 11th May 2007

If there IS a God....

and if you, my fellow seafarers, believe in Him, please pray that He might bring back joy and remove the totally dark despair which has come into the life of a very special doctor and his family, neighbours of very close friends of ours and who saved the life of this, your humble scribe, less than two years ago.

I fell off my bike, totally exhausted in June 2005, cycling back in an irrational hurry from the DIY store to Gouvia Marina in 34c and 78% humidity and had trouble in getting my breath for a good few minutes afterwards. I recovered quite soon but had a recurrence, needing a 999 ambulance five days after returning to the UK. I was stabilised and referred to the Glenfield General Hospital, University of Leicester Hospitals Trust, Rapid Response Chest Pain Unit, where I met Dr Gerry McCann for the first time. Over the months, quite apart from discovering that his early medical training had been in the same med. schools and hospitals as both my elder son James and his younger brother John, establishing a great rapport with this fantastically talented young consultant cardiologist, Gerry also worked out a strategy of tests and treatments for me which used a combination of the best of the NHS and private facilities available here in Leicester (which, incidentally, has, under Professor Anthony (Tony) Gershlick, the finest Cardiac treatment facility in the UK). My wife, Gill has the privilege of being a member of that trust.

This had the result that I, once a beer swilling, cheese addicted, overweight slob, have now lost 50lbs, reduced my BP from 190/112 to 127/72 and my "Bad" Cholesterol to 4.4 is now able to do 8km (equiv.) on an air rower ever day of the week in under 15 minutes. (when I was discharged, I struggled to get under 20 minutes, if I managed to finish 8km at all). I will now take on any one of you so long as you're 15 years younger than me!

In short, Gerry McCann and his colleague co-consultant, Gail Richardson, SAVED STEVE CRONIN'S LIFE!

It is for that reason, as I pack tonight to go out to Greece at 8am that I ask every forumite, even if, like me, they have never been to Portugal, to think back in their lives to try to recall ANY possible instance of strange goings-on ANYWHERE that might have even the slightest indication of any link to the events in Algarve which might be even the slightest bit relevant.


Watching television news broadcasts, you can all see what this tragedy is doing to Gerry and Kate - herself a hard-working GP to the residents (what a "comfortable " word!) of Melton Mowbray. To anyone who has had the privilege of meeting either one of them, this is OH, SO DESPERATELY AND STARKLY, more evident..

Many years ago an employee of an old friend of mine got arrested, for possessing a collection of "Snuff" movies. On recollection, my friend actually recalled instances which, in retrospect indicated a leaning towards possible perversion and these were used in the subsequent prosecution.

ANYTHING can be relevant and is worth passing on, no matter how seemingly insignificant. That is the stage we are currently at. If you know ANYTHING, you cannot possibly justify holding it back.

I have two sons of whom I am exceedingly proud and who I am sure will make as good doctors as Gerry McCann in years to come but secretly, I have always yearned for a little ("Daddy I love you") daughter.

PLEASE, PLEASE, if you have even the slightest feeling that anything you know or have seen could possibly bring Gerry & Kate's little angel back to them,. PLEASE let Leicestershire Police know NOW on


(0044) 116 222 2222 or www.leics.police.uk/contact/ 

Thank you

Steve Cronin

Read more at http://www.ybw.com/forums/showthread.php?123605-If-there-IS-a-God&s=af3cebfbac7e930e5e99c1d523442998#bEFCvr0CdpacimrS.99






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He appears to be totally unrelated to a Stephen Alan Cronin, then aged 29, who was a guest at the Ocean Club the same week the McCanns were there.




The only Stephen Alan Cronin I can find is one, born in 1978, who is a computer programmer and company director of Biggest Brightest Games Ltd and lives in Huddersfield


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Stephan Alan Cronin and family live in Huddersfield, as you say, but Biggest Brighest Games Ltd office is in Exeter, Devon. Quite a long way away for a family business, don't you think?

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