Dr. David Samadi heads the Urology Department at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, New York. Dr. Samadi helped to create robotic surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital where he serves as the Chairman. David is also an active Professor at the Hofstra School of Medicine. Dr. David Samadi is just one in a handful of U.S. surgeons trained in oncology to successfully treat prostate cancer using the advanced surgical procedures using robotic equipment.
Dr. David Samadi is touted with inventing the Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Treatment (‘SMART’), a device used in prostate cancer surgeries. Using the SMART device has resulted in a 90% recovery rate for prostate cancer patients and they don’t have any after effects, like incontinence. The SMART surgical device to treat prostate cancer is not massed produced, instead it is advertised via word of mouth. Dr. Samadi said that men are dying of this disease at a rate that is a global threat.
Dr. Samadi reported that Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republic presidential nominee underwent a prostate surgery in the summer of 2017. The former Secretary of State Colin Powell and John Kerry who ran for the presidency in 2002, also had prostate cancer surgery. All three men came through the surgery with flying colors and with no incidence of a recurrence to-date.
Dr. David Samadi states that prostate cancer strikes men age 65 or older. All men diagnosed with this life-threatening disease should talk to a surgeon, but to ask questions first. You want to know how many prostate surgeries the surgeon has performed, their experience in this field, how many cases had their cancer return, and can men continue their sexual functions or have stable continence after a prostate is removed?
Dr. Samadi said that if a prostate cancer is localized and has not spread beyond the gland, then he recommends radiation as a treatment. Yes, many studies show that the results of prostate gland cancer are better with surgery. Dr. David Samadi recommends surgery rather than radiation therapy because the life expectancy is much better. Also, Dr. Samadi believes that with radiation therapy, there is a chance that a secondary cancer could occur in another part of the body and at this time, it is too late for a surgical procedure. Dr. David Samadi says he tells his patients that removing the prostate with surgery has a 100% survival rate. His patient’s take his advice because Dr. Samadi’s successful prostate surgical results are the highest anywhere and more