The nation’s top prostate cancer surgeon, Dr. David Samadi, comments on newly released data regarding prostate surgery outcomes. The study from Canada indicates that men who underwent prostate surgery in the past could be at risk for a follow continence procedure. Dr. Samadi clarifies that the data in this study was collected from 1993-2006, prior to surgical innovations with robotic prostate procedures. Regardless, he stresses, robotic surgery alone is not the answer to surgical success. He encourages men diagnosed with prostate cancer to choose their doctor and surgeon wisely and safely, and learn as much as possible about their experience with the procedure. Dr. Samadi has performed over 4,000 successful robotic prostatectomy surgeries himself, from start-to-finish, with exception recovery results. He invites viewers to visit www.smart-surgery.com
for a free online consultation and direct access to his expertise.