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Surgery vs. 'watchful waiting': Study fuels cancer debate

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After a 23-year-long study, it has been concluded that prostate surgery at the time of a prostate cancer diagnosis, it the better choice over watchful waiting. Chairman of Urology and Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital discussed the findings. Dr. Samadi has performed over 5,600 successful robotic prostate surgeries and stands behind the findings in the treatment of prostate cancer.

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Mark S,

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...

Pat G.

We are both so grateful for your continued excellent care and treatment!

R. P., New York, USA

From the time I arrived at Mount Sinai for my operation until the time I left for home, about 26 hours later, I was treated efficiently, professionally, and compassionately by all I came in contact with...

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.