The story of how New York-based surgeon Dr. David Samadi became one of the leading robotics experts in his field is a very inspiring one. Like many New Yorkers David Samadi came to the United States from another country. David Samadi grew up in Iran where he lived with his family during the 1970s. However when the political situation in Iran became increasingly unstable and hostile David was forced to leave the country where he was born in order to flee the Iranian Revolution. David Samadi left Iran when he was a teenager and moved to Western Europe where he lived in countries such as the United Kingdom and Belgium.
Despite all of the upheaval in his life of David Samadi was able to somehow focus on his studies.His family would come to settle in the United States after fleeing Iran and David would go on to apply to the State University of New York at Stony Brook. While David was a student at the State University of New York at Stony Brook he he studied biochemistry. David’s passion for medicine would push him to leave the United States and pursue an education in medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Montefiore Medical Center. He would also go on to study the application of robotics to medicine in France. Armed with a thorough education in medicine that he gained from medical institutions around the world David Samadi would go on to become one of the most innovative doctors working in medicine today.
Cancer can be an incredibly difficult disease for medical professionals to treat. Treating cancer requires that doctors be thoughtful about the needs of their patients and that they also be creative with their approach to helping patients heal from this particularly pernicious disease. The disease can be particularly aggressive and as such doctors must also be aggressive in seeking out new ways to combat it. Dr. David Samadi has used his rigorous education to develop new solutions that enhance the treatment that pancreatic cancer patients receive. One of Dr. David Samadi’s claims to fame is the medical breakthrough he achieved when he developed smart robotic prostate surgery. Dr. David Samadi’s new technique essentially allows him to have an enhanced view of the interior of a patient’s body as he is performing surgery. Having an enhanced view of the area that he is operating on has helped him to avoid the kind of nerve damage that often occurs with older surgical techniques used on prostate cancer patients.
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