Dr. David Samadi is from Iran and grew up in its Jewish Persian Community. David with his brother Dan were allowed to leave the country when the Iranian Revolution was over. But their father, mother and younger sister were not. The brothers immigrated to Belgium, and then to London where they both attended private schools.
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Then in 1984, David along with his brother Dan arrived in America. While they were taken cared of as best as possible in the first two countries they have been to, their lives turned much better, and they were happier with their new surroundings in America.
David Samadi’s first six years in the U.S. were quite good and had positive results academically. He finished his pre-med courses at Stony Brook’s School of Medicine with honors in 1990. And then he got his Master’s Degree in 1994 from the State University of New York; after which he completes his Urology training in Montefiore’s Medical Center.
After his Urology training with Montefiore’s Medical Center, he took and finished his proctology training at the prominent Albert Einstein’s College of Medicine, which he also continued at Montefiore’s Medical Center in 2000. During 2001 David Samadi earned his Fellowship in Oncology within the field of Proctology at the Cancer Center of Memorial Sloan-Kettering. And in 2002 he finished his fellowship on radical robotic prostatectomy under Professor Claude Abbou’s direction at France’s Henri Mondo Hospital Creteil.
To make it easier for patients to cope with prostate cancer, Dr. Samadi created the SMART Technique of the Samadi Advanced Robotic Technique which is a state-of-the-art procedure to take out a cancerous prostate. The SMART dramatically reduces the operation time by two hours and permits patients to recover in the hospital within 24 hours. The technique lessens tissue and nerve damage during surgery. Dr. Samadi already performed 7,000 surgical procedures through the SMART, all of which are successful.
According to Dr. Samadi, Mitt Romney’s prognosis after his successful prostate surgery is good. And he would recommend surgery rather than radiation treatment for prostate cancer.
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