Dr. David Samadi – The Next Big Project

Dr. David Samadi recently has been attending several interviews in which he has unveiled plans for his next big project. With such an accomplished portfolio, it is expected that his latest plans will potentially revolutionize the treatment of prostate cancer.

The Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Technique (SMART)

Dr. David Samadi has a plan to unveil a new form of treating prostate cancer, which he has dubbed SMART. It will not be an entirely new concept – instead, it will be an improvement of the recent techniques.SMART will utilize laser precision to separate the prostrate from surrounding nerves before cutting it off. The current strategies simply peel off the nerves and continue to cut off the prostrate. Unfortunately, this comes with unpleasant side effects such as incontinence and even impotence in severe cases. As such, Dr. Samadi’s ultimate goal is to eliminate such side-effects and, consequently, the stigma associated with prostate cancer.This proposed treatment is still in its early stages, but Dr. David Samadi promises that it will come to fruition soon. He pins this on his confidence in his center’s capability.

In the Meanwhile

In the meanwhile, Dr. David Samadi is fighting cancer one case at a time at the Lenox Hill Hospital. This center is dedicated to fighting all forms of cancer, especially in men. The center assesses virtually all of a person’s major vitals including the lungs, prostate, heart, and colon as well as fertility and testosterone levels.The Lenox Hill Hospital is a respectable cancer center in New York, and its endeavors to be at the forefront of the fight against cancer and other ailments.

About Dr. David Samadi

Dr. David Samadi graduated with a degree in biochemistry from Stony Brook University. He then proceeded to study for his M.D. at the institution, from which he graduated in 1994. Furthering his studies, Samadi attended Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Monteflore Medical Center where he undertook postgraduate training before completing a fellowship in proctology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in 2001. Dr. David Samadi’s career began in 2001 when he enrolled for a robotic radical prostatectomy fellowship at the Henry Mondor Hospital Center, located in France. He has also stared at Fox News and ran his own radio station focused on health.To date, Dr. David Samadi has performed thousands of prostate cancer surgeries in over 45 countries. He is currently the Chief of Robotic Surgery and Chairman of Urology at the Lenox Hill Hospital.