There are many renowned medical experts today, especially in the urology department. While such is being mentioned, Dr. David Samadi might be the first one. His resume in urology is huge and this has made him work in different reputable hospitals and hold various esteemed positions of leadership. The renowned urologist is the Robotic Surgery Chief at Lenox Hill Hospital and the urology chairman in the New York. He has tried to treat prostate cancer patients through thousands of invasive treatments. As a biochemistry graduate from Stony Brook University, he went ahead to do his master’s degree at the School of Medicine at the same university.
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Whenever cancer prognosis is mentioned, many people tend to fear. However, Samadi is of a different opinion. He notes that some people like Mitt Romney, a former presidential nominee, didn’t fear this and he even came out strongly on it. Mitt chose to undergo surgery to treat prostate cancer instead of going through radiation. Mitt just did what other politicians such as Collin Powell and John Kerry did when they were diagnosed with prostate cancer. According to Samadi, surgery is the best treatment to make especially at the early stages of the disease. As Samadi affirms that the surgery Mitt had at UC Irvine Hospital was successful and the prognosis was great.
One thing Samadi doesn’t get tired of doing is making his patients know the benefits and shortcomings of surgery and radiation. In most cases, he recommends surgery over radiation. However, he is careful not to impose a decision on the patient since he wants the patient to make their own decision from what he has advised them. If the cancer is just localized around the prostate gland, Samadi says the survival rate would 100 percent is surgery is done. He warns that radiation may likely cause another secondary cancer. Rectal cancer and bladder cancer are examples of secondary cancer that would arise as a result of radiation.
It is worth noting that about 90 percent of the 7,000 surgeries Samadi has done on prostate cancer patients are successful. He is the man behind the advanced robotic prostate cancer treatment. Because of the smaller incision sites he makes during surgery, the healing time is made shorter. He has been a laparoscopic surgery chairman for some time before he went to Lenox Hill Hospital. Samadi says he is always awake at 4:30 in the morning and seated at his office by 6 am. He then gets set to perform several surgeries and he doesn’t leave before he has checked on his patients.
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