Dr. Samadi is committed to providing as much education as possible to people interested in learning about the cancers he treats and the state-of-the art procedures he uses. The more information patients and families have, the better informed they’ll be and the more comfortable they’ll feel making decisions about cancer treatments. He’s published the following articles on his website so that people have easy access to excellent, reputable information.
World renowned robotic prostate surgeon, Dr. David Samadi, encourages men to stay active no matter what their age as part of their prostate cancer...
Valentine's Day is just around the corner. While it is customary for men to get women gifts for this special day, many women will be trying to figure out...
Prostate cancer affects approximately one in seven men, according to the American Cancer Society.
But a new study shows that there has been a significant drop in the number of new diagnoses. The author of the study suggests that a controversial recommendation from a government task force may be behind that decline.
Prostate cancer is the 2nd most common malignancy, second only to skin cancer. Unfortunately over 240,000 men are diagnosed with the disease every year, translating into 1 in every 6 men being affected by prostate cancer.
Up until recently, health and medicine was basically a hit or miss affair. We would discover interventions such as drugs that had benefits, but also many side effects. With recent research information from Dresden, Germany sperm can now be trapped in nanotubes.
With all of the different options for the treatment of prostate cancer, men must often wonder why prostatectomy compared to other forms of treatment.
A prominent urological surgeon who fled from Iran’s Khomeini regime as a teenager made a name for himself by fighting prostate cancer and is coming to Israel again to teach local colleagues.
After Dr. David B. Samadi appeared on Law & Order this past June playing the role of a surgeon, he could say something that “Dr. McDreamy” of Grey’s Anatomy could never boast, and that is: “I AM a real doctor and I also played one on TV.”
Desde 2002, los pacientes con cáncer de próstata cuentan con una opción efectiva para tratar esta enfermedad. Se trata de la Cirugía Robótica Asistida, también conocida como Prostatectomía Laparoscópica, un método desarrollado...
Oct 22, 2010 - David B. Samadi, who is giving hope to prostate cancer patients, spoke to "ESEIS" about Robotic Prostatectomy and the feedback from the live interview on National Greek TV of USA (NGTV).
August 2010 - High body mass index does not affect outcomes following robotic assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy.
February 2010 - Organ-confined prostate cancer and the emergence of robotic prostatectomy: What primary care physicians and geriatricians need to know.
November 23, 2009 - Nerve-sparing robotic prostatectomy in preoperatively high-risk patients is safe and efficacious.
El doctor David B. Samadi dictó una conferencia en la Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM), adonde acudió invitado por la casa de estudios, el Hospital Metropolitano de Santiago (Homs) y la Fundación García Almánzar.
Wondering how robotic prostate surgery works? Since it is the latest, is it the best treatment for prostate cancer? Is it better than cryosurgery? I wanted an expert on robotic prostatectomy to give you the answers so I interviewed Dr. David B. Samadi, one of the very few urologic surgeons in the United States.
El cáncer de próstata y otros problemas de salud se pueden resolver hoy en día con menos riesgos y su recuperación puede ser más rápida. Ésto, gracias a la cirugía robótica mínimamente invasiva que realiza el doctor David B. Samadi.
New York - Jan des Bouvrie (68) heeft een spoedoperatie ondergaan vanwege prostaatkanker. De binnenhuisarchitect onderging de operatie tien dagen geleden in het Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. In mei 2003 werd bij zijn echtgenote al de ziekte van non-Hodgkin geconstateerd.