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Dr. David Samadi at the Santiago Conference in the Dominican Republic

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At this conference Dr. Samadi discussed his unique SMART Surgery technique, the advantages of robotic prostate removal, and the future of robotic surgery.  Dr. Samadi believes that in the future doctors will be able to perform surgeries on patients remotely thanks to the advances in robotic surgery technology.

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Bill M., New York

I have had full urinary control for the three weeks since the catheter was removed. I am now back to my regular activities, pain free, enjoying our grandchildren, working on the house, and enjoying life.

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Dr. Aharon Manes, senior Urologist, surgeon from “Hasharon” hospital in Petah Tiqwa, Israel, my doctor, a professional, attentive, patient physician, had sent me to have a blood exam on 1/9/2010, to establish my PSA level. The PSA result was 19.5.

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Yossi, Israel

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.

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