September was prostate cancer awareness month. In honor of prostate cancer awareness month, prostate cancer surgeon and expert, Dr. David Samadi revealed he would be giving free consultations to anybody who was recently diagnosed with prostate cancer. Dr. Samadi reveals that prostate cancer can impact up to one in seven men over their life time. He is committed to spreading awareness about the signs of prostate cancer and to improve treatment from those suffering from this deadly and often debilitating disease.
During prostate cancer awareness month, Dr. David Samadi said that it is vital that men know the early signs that could be symptomatic of prostate cancer formation. The sooner that a diagnosis is made in prostate cancer, the better the chances of recovery are. Early diagnosis also increases the chances that men will not lose their sexual or continence function from surgery.
Dr. David Samadi says that he is offering the free consultations because he wants men who are diagnosed with prostate cancer to seek out second opinions. Prostate cancer can be very dangerous, and it is important that a correct and accurate diagnosis be made. Second opinions can also reveal more effective and better treatment options to the patient that they may have been unaware of before.
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David Samadi is one of the world’s leading prostate cancer surgeons. He has performed over 7,000 prostate surgeries using state of the art technology and tools such as the da Vinci surgical robot. His expertise is highly valued and sought after in prostate cancer surgery and urological oncology. He lectures on the use of robotic surgery to remove tumors in the prostate to minimize complications in patients.
According to Dr. David Samadi, prostate cancer is the second most common form of cancer affecting men in the United States. He says that he understands that getting a diagnosis of cancer can feel overwhelming and defeating for many. This is why in addition to offering free consultations of newly diagnosed cases of prostate cancer, he has launched a free support group at Lenox Hill Hospital for men diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Dr. Samadi says he wants to reassure men that he is with them in the fight against prostate cancer. The support group in Lenox Hill Hospital will also provide additional educational and treatment resources to men both newly diagnosed, undergoing treatment and those who are recovering from prostate cancer. Mr. Samadi says that his free consultations and support group at Lenox Hill Hospital should help men feel more confident as they take on prostate cancer.
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