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Robotic prostatectomy expert, Dr. David Samadi, strikes an unusual deal with 1984 U.S. Olympic silver medalist, Steve Benjamin.

Two years ago, Benjamin was diagnosed with prostate cancer. As a patient of Dr. Samadi's, he gave the doctor a chance to become a competitive sailor - in exchange for a cure. "He wants to win, I have to win for my patients - that's their cure and their quality of life," said Dr. Samadi.

Both with a common goal, today, Benjamin has a zero PSA level and Dr. Samadi learned to sail. Dr. Samadi is Vice Chairman of the Department of Urology and Chief of Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgery at The Mount Sinai Medical Center

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V.G. New York

If there is such a thing as Cancer Treatment Heaven, it is under the gifted care of Dr. Samadi, his medical team, administrative staff and cancer treatment unit at Lenox Hill Hospital.

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J. M., New York, USA

Aside from having a great facility with state of the art equipment, your staff has provided presidential suite like service to ensure that I was most comfortable before, during and after my surgery.

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Martin K,

Earlier this year I was given the devastating news that I had prostate cancer.  I was diagnosed after a routine company medical, followed by a Biopsy.  From that day and during the following weeks I researched the subject to try and find a subtitle course of treatment...

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Steve & Cindy, USA

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.

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