If you are at risk or have been recently diagnosed with prostate cancer, get in contact with Urologic Oncology Expert and Robotic Surgeon, Dr. David Samadi today.
The comprehensive guide on understanding and fighting prostate cancer. Each journey is different, but being informed means you have the upper advantage in both preventing and choosing the right treatment for you. Learn about your risk factors, diagnosis options and the latest treatments available that help you maintain the quality of life.
You are not alone! Dr. David Samadi and his professional care team at St. Francis hospital are here to help!
This video briefly introduces you to dr. Samadi, one of the best urologists in New York and provides details about what to expect under the care and guidance of his team!
More than 7000 men entrusted Dr. Samadi with their prostate cancer care and recovery. We have created this website as a means of raising awareness and offering support to all men worldwide, who are at risk or have been diagnosed with the disease.
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*Note that this is general information and does not stand for an accurate diagnosis or treatment. For specialized advice and guidance, contact Dr. David Samadi.
Each person affected by prostate cancer has his own story. Connecting with other people who have gone through the same experiences will increase your understanding and strengthen your hope.
"I chose to undergo the operation with a specialist in the U.S., who has extensive experience in robotic surgeries: Dr. David Smadi. The surgery was relatively simple: I didn’t suffer any pain, lost a small amount of blood and had the catheter only for seven days."
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- Yossi |
I am recommending Dr. David B. Samadi, M.D. I have never written a letter of recommendation, but I am writing this letter not to help Dr. Samadi but to help the men that unfortunately have prostate cancer.
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Rosendo M. |
Reflecting on life, I have come to realize just how precious it is, and how in a split second, it could change drastically and not for the better. After all, “we are just visiting here.”
David Elliott |