December is a busy time socially, professionally, and spiritually. It's a month for wrapping things up, reflecting on the year that has passed, and looking forward to what the new one has in store. Cold winter weather and holiday gatherings bring us closer together with family and friends. Despite the chaotic crunch, it is often a welcome reminder of our priorities and blessings.
It has been an active year for prostate cancer news and research. From the debate surrounding the effectiveness of PSA testing to research showing improved survival rates with robotic surgery, new information has been made available at a lightning-fast pace. Dr. Samadi helps sort through this information to get to the stories that matter in the December edition of his newsletter.
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I chose to undergo the operation with a specialist in the U.S., who has an 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. I got back to full functioning very soon afterwards.more..
This is not a paid endorsement, even though it’s going to sound like one. This is just a true account of my experiences with the amazing Dr. David B. Samadi and his incredible staff in the time leading up to and following my recent robotic prostate removal surgery.more..
The surgery was a lifesaver for my wife. Out of hospital in 24 hours, lost the catheter after six days. I was uncomfortable for a few days, but was dry at night after a week! Don't even think about it anymore. 6 weeks post surgery my PSA is 00!! I got my life and my life quality back!more..