Taub and Hadley make their way into Cyrus's room as Hadley says she decided to cancel the dialysis machine House ordered and do chelation instead. When it works, they'll just lie to House and say Cyrus had heavy metal poisoning. Yes, because House will totally fall for that. It's not like he's a brilliant doctor who pays attention to even the most insignificant detail or anything. Hadley seems to think that even if House does find out what she did, he'll just be "impressed" that she defied him. Since when was House impressed by that? He likes it when his Cottages defy other doctors. Not so much when they defy him. It doesn't matter anyway, as the chelation therapy has also been canceled -- by Cuddy, who just deauthorized all treatment for House's patient.
Hadley informs House that Cuddy has made it so that they can't do anything for Cyrus until House attends the meeting with Cuddy, Murphy Brown, and Murphy Brown's lawyer. Well, that's a great way to make sure that someone doesn't sue the hospital for poor treatment and keep your medical license: by putting another patient in danger by basically refusing to let your staff treat him for what may well be a fatal condition. Not to mention that the patient has plenty of money for a lawyer and nothing to lose. Way to learn from your mistakes, Cuddy. Taub says House has no choice but to attend the meeting so they can go back to saving Cyrus. That sounds like a dare to House.
Next thing we see, Cyrus is being prepared to be discharged from PPTH altogether. He is understandably confused, and Taub can't think of a lie that will explain why a man who still can't move his leg and has plenty of money to pay for care is being told to leave the hospital. Hadley tells Cyrus not to worry; he's just a victim of a power struggle between his doctor and the Dean of Medicine, and she's sure it will all be resolved within twenty minutes after Cyrus is kicked out of PPTH. I'm sorry, but that's not going to make me feel better, and it doesn't do much for Cyrus, either. He should take his millions of dollars and hop over to St. Sebastian's. And to a lawyer's office. And then Cuddy can have meetings with two former patients about the shitty treatment they received at her hospital.