Dr. David Samadi
David Samadi was born in Iran where he stayed with his parents and siblings. At the age of 15, David and his brother were forced to leave Iran to the USA due to the Iranian Revolution. He is married to Sahar Danielpour. After moving to USA, Samadi and his brother continued their education, completed high school, and later joined Stony University in pursuit of a degree in biochemistry under a scholarship programme. His passion for education led him to pursue a masters in the same university. David was particularly interested in urology and thus attended several fellowships and workshops to improve his knowledge.
Dr. David Samadi’s first workstation was Columbia Presbyterian hospital working as an assistant surgeon. From the beginning of his career as a specialist in robotic surgery, he has built a family that constitutes his team work who have saved lives through surgery. Dr. David Samadi is an expert in Robotic Surgery and has been on the Best Doctor’s list for over ten years due to his excellent work practice and passion for his career.
Mitt Romney is among the many politicians who have publicly declared that they have been affected by prostate cancer. His status was diagnosed, and surgery was performed by Dr. Thomas, living him free of cancer. Other politicians who have been previously diagnosed with prostate cancer include; Colin Powell and John Kerry. For some years, several men ranging from the age of 65 years and above have been diagnosed with prostate cancer; some of them have undergone surgery, and others opted for the radiation method of treatment. Rarely do men under the age of 40 suffer from prostate cancer.
After a diagnosis of prostate cancer, the patient is to choose between surgery or radiation form of treatment. At this stage, the only role an oncologist plays is informing the patient of the merits and demerits of each method that the patient may choose. If the cancer is in the prostate glands, Samadi always recommends surgery to remove the prostate glands.
Dr. David Samadi hardly encourages radiation as its shortcomings are always more. During the activity, other body cells may be destroyed, and radiation does not give a guarantee that cancer has been completely gotten rid of. Moreover, radiation at times accelerates development of secondary cancer, for example, rectal and bladder cancer. The patient’s lifespan is shortened each time the radiation treatment is undertaken.
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