A. K, New York

Dear Dr. Samadi,
 
Now, 36 hours after my surgery, I feel the urge to communicate with you. I still cannot believe that in such a short time you have changed my nightmare into a dream for a brighter future.  Regardless of all my efforts to thank you, the words I choose will undoubtedly fall short of fully expressing my overwhelming gratitude to you. Therefore, this is a simple thank you message.  
 
First of all, I am aware of the fact that it takes an extraordinarily rare surgeon to be the master of Robotic Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy.  I watched the video released by the Henri Mondor hospital before my surgery, and once again today. Although you make it seem easy to the patients and their families, your accomplishment is nearly superhuman.
 
Second, the deep compassion that you show to the patients and their families is an invaluable strength of character for a surgeon in your caliber. Despite your extremely busy schedule, you take the time to care for your each patient as if he were the only one.  Even your prompt e-mail responses are a perfect testament to this fact.
 
Third, you are an ideal team builder.  This surgery requires many individuals to assist you.  Each and every one of them that we met were impressive professionals and kind human beings. Although my wife and I may never see them again, we will always remember them with gratitude.
 
Finally, the trust that you create with your patient is unwavering.  You fulfill every promise from the beginning to the end.
 
Thank you for saving my life,
 
Arto K., New York

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