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Fox NewsDr. David Samadi, prostate cancer expert, discusses new stem cell research exploring the impact of stem cell injections on the aging process. Dr. Samadi cautions that stem cell aging research is in its extreme infancy, though one study of mice showed the potential for a doubled lifespan when younger stem cells were injected into older mice. The implications of this research for human lifespan is unknown, but Dr. Samadi believes the findings show a promising future for the potential of stem cells to fight chronic diseases and those associated with aging. The secretion of hormones from stem cells may be the key.
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Your fame as the Leonardo of the Da Vinci robotic prostate surgery is well known. It is also documented by the many testimonials of your patients. I would like to add my own experience to show how masterfully you also apply your unique skills and methodology to the most demanding surgery of this type removal of the bladder...more..
"I am truly grateful to Dr. Samadi. The path he took from the Middle East to America enabled me and many others to have the opportunity to be helped by this caring man. A man I now call a friend. I will take a PSA in the end of May. I am confident the result will be OK just as Dr. Samadi promised."more..
My name is Mark, I am 63 years old, I was told this past Thursday that I have Gleason 7 prostate cancer. I decided to make an appointment to see Dr. Samadi... that's how it started...more..
On Jan. 26, 2011 when I had my prostate removed you told me I would soon be able to resume my normal activities. This past Sunday my wife and I completed a half marathon together. What a wonderfull experience we shared, thanks to you I am doing what I was able to do prior to my diagnosis and I am working to continue to improve.more..