Doctor David B. Samadi has made such a name for himself, he is now a celebrity doctor. Through his long career he has practiced at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, and Lenox Hill Hospital.
Doctor Samadi specializes in urology and he is an expert in prostate, kidney and bladder cancers. He devotes most of his time to minimally invasive treatments for prostate cancer, which a majority of men will have at some point in their life.
Doctor David Samadi was born and raised in Iran but he left with his younger brother after the Iranian Revolution. Eventually Samadi found himself in New York and finished high school. Since graduating high school, Samadi has studied at Stony Brook University, Montefiore Medical Center and Memorial SLoan Kettering Cancer Center.
— Dr. David Samadi (@drdavidsamadi) March 20, 2018
Recently, Dr. Samadi wrote a piece for the Huffington Post to describe the post-operation condition of Mit Romney, who went through an operation to remove cancer from his prostate. The surgery was performed by Dr. Thomas Ahlering at the UC Irvine Hospital located in California. “Mitt Romney’s prostate cancer prognosis is good,” confirmed Dr. David Samadi in his article.
In addition to his contribution to Huffington Post, Dr David Samadi has appeared in publications such as The Journal of Urology, World Journal of Urology, International Journal of Clinical Practice, and The Journal of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgoens. His writings and ideas have proven that he is one of the best prostate surgeons in the entire world.
As well as appearing in the printed page, Samadi is no stranger to television appearances either. Samadi appeared on Fox New’s Fox & Friends morning talk show in 2013 to talk about whether women should pay more than men for health insurance. He made a convincing case when he explained that women are more complex on the biological level and health care costs for women are usually higher.