Dr. David Samadi has made an incredible name from himself. He has worked hard to be one of the best prostate surgeons. His goal is to remain compassionate while helping men, ranging in age, have a successful prostate cancer treatment. To this day Dr. David Samadi has successfully executed over 7,000 robotic prostate surgeries. He is now a lead prostate surgeon in New York.
In his early years as a young boy, the Iranian Revolution was taking place. This mishap forced Samadi to leave the place he was born. At the peaking age of only 15, the tragedy taking place was a paramount part of his growth. He ended up in Roslyn, New York where he finished high school. He earned his college degree in biochemistry at the University of New York on a full ride scholarship.
Dr. David Samadi has quite the impressive resume. His work experience includes but is not limited to:
• Chairman of Urology and Chief of Robotic [June 2014-present]
• Contributor for Fox News Health [January 2011-present]
• Fox News Contributor [August 2009-present]
• Fox News medical consultant [June 2009-present]
• Chief of Robotic Surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center [January 2011-June 2013]
• Director of Laparoscopic surgery at the Columbia Presbyterian in New York [July 2002-May 2007]
• Volunteer at the emergency room in Stoney Brook Hospital [July 1990-July 1994]
Along with his work experiences, he also made consecutive publications. Mann About Town released in July of 2012, and Decisional Regret After Robotic-Assisted Laparoscopic Prostatectomy is Higher in African American Men released the following year in 2013. Dr. Samadi speaks four languages including: Hebrew, French, English, and Persian.
Dr. Samadi notes in a recent article that it is not fully understood what the cause of most cancers. He elaborates on how our exposure to carcinogens play a role, and how everyone has complete control over their everyday lifestyle habits to reduce some known risks. Approximately 20% of all cancer diagnosed in the United States is the result of excessive alcohol consumption, very poor nutrition, and body fatness. He reintroduces that there is no way to avoid cancers in their entirety, but there are active steps to refrain from a bigger risk. He says to pay attention to your body, and continue to beat the odds of remaining cancer free.
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