The journey of Dr. David Samadi dates back to Iranian Revolution in 1979 which made him and his brother leave his Persian Jewish community for Belgium and were separated from their parents. The revolution happened when he was 15 years and his brother Dan was 12 years. Away from their home, Iran, Dr. David, and Dan were forced to begin a life that they were not used to where they missed the presence of their sister, Heidi, and their parents.
Prostate cancer: Four in 10 cases diagnosed late, charity says – BBC News https://t.co/2HyOVRzMFe
— Dr. David Samadi (@drdavidsamadi) April 9, 2018
The dream of David has always been to be a doctor hence he worked hard to achieve his goal. 6 months after their move to Belgium, the two brothers moved to north London and finally migrated to America in 1984 where they did their high school and consequent studies. Their life started taking shape when they came to New York, the United States where they excelled more in school especially in Sciences. Dr. David Samadi finished his first year with honors at Stony Brook School of Medicine by 1990.
Samadi later enrolled for his Master’s Degree at S.U.N.Y Stony Brook School of Medicine, New York and by 1994 he graduated. In 1996, he completed his postgraduate degree at Montefiore Medical Center and joined Albert Einstein College of Medicine for proctology training. Four years later, he completed the oncology fellowship majoring in proctology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. And over the years, Dr. David Samadi has been focusing on diagnosing and treating prostate cancer, bladder cancer, urologic diseases, and kidney cancer. This is very common diseases that are disturbing the minds of many, no wonder; many celebrate Dr. Samadi for his services.
Dr. David Samadi is one of the few unique surgeons in the United States who is specialized in Urologic Oncologic discipline who have been trained in all the three major areas of surgery which includes robotic, open and laparoscopic. He serves Medical Advisory Board at PinnacleCare International as an active member. He has founded Robotic Fellowship Program of Mount Sinai where he also serves as the Director.
Definitely, such a doctor and surgeon have received numerous awards and recognition from various magazines like New York Magazine which named him in the Best Doctor’s Issue in 2009. Besides him being a doctor, he is also a host on Fox News Channel of Sunday Housecall program which comes weekly. He also has a radio program called World Health News on am970 radio where he educates his listeners on matters of health.
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