Professional Background of Sunday Housecall Host Dr. David Samadi

Dr. David Samadi has announced that he will be sitting down to conduct an interview with a renowned physician known as Dr. CynaraCoomer. On his show Sunday Housecall, Dr. Samadi will discuss the professional background as well as the latest developments in the career of Dr. Coomer. She is currently one of the most renowned physicians in terms of treating breast cancer. Since October is national breast cancer awareness month, Dr. Samadi believes that interviewing, Dr. Coomer would be a great way to inform the public about the latest developments in treating this condition. Over the years, Dr. Coomer has held numerous positions as a surgeon helping patients deal with breast cancer. As a result, she is going to reveal what she is doing to help advance address breast cancer more effectively. As an esteemed colleague of Dr. Samadi, Dr. Coomer will likely provide a lot of insight to the public about the newest and most effective ways in which breast cancer can be managed and eventually overcome.

As well as being a show host of Sunday Housecall, Dr. Samadi is one of the most renowned urologists in the United States. He currently serves as the Chief of Robotic Surgery and Chairman of Urology at Lenox Hill Hospital. Dr. Samadi is a board certified urologist who specializes in a number of treatments for urologic diseases. He routinely uses both treatments and diagnostic methods to help individuals address conditions such as prostate cancer, kidney cancer and also cancer of the bladder. In order to effectively treat these conditions, Dr. Samadi uses numerous methods such as laparoscopic radical prostatectomy and laparoscopic robotic radical prostatectomy. These are minimally invasive methods that have proven to efficiently help patients overcome a number of urologic conditions.

Before starting his career in medicine, Dr. David Samadi lived the first 15 years in Iran. When the Iranian Revolution broke out in 1979, Samadi fled the country with his younger brother. During the next few years, David would attend school in Belgium and then London. He would then immigrate to the United States where he finished high school. After completing high school, David would then move on to attend college and finish bachelor’s degree in biochemistry at Stony Brook University. Once he was done with his undergraduate studies, Dr. Samadi would then attend medical school at Stony Brook School of Medicine. Starting in 1994, Dr. Samadi would then complete medical school and the rest of this postgraduate training in medicine. Eventually, Dr. Samadi would become a practicing urologist and establish himself as one of the best in New York and the rest of the United States.

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Oncotarget Finds Nutrition Helps Rejuvenation

What many people may not realize is that cell rejuvenation is possible. It is something that they have done to make things better and something that has made things easier for all of the people who are studying different things with cancer. What the peer review publication, Oncotarget, has done is put this information out there for other people to learn about. They found that nutrition plays a huge part in cell rejuvenation and that good nutrition can make a huge difference for those who are battling cancer. It is something that people have been looking at for years but something that Oncotarget and Mikhail Blagosklonny recently learned about so that they can make things better for all of their patients. This has led to the people who are in different situations being able to get exactly what they need out of the things that are going on in their own bodies and throughout their own fight to battle cancer. Follow Oncotarget on Twitter.

While many people may not realize this, there are not many times when specialists are able to get together. It can be hard for people to get what they need out of the options that they have and it can be especially difficult for doctors to connect with each other over things that they have found in their cancer research. Even oncologists are not able to connect with each other as often as they would like. Oncotarget provides this opportunity as a peer review publication for people to be able to learn more about the things that are going on in cancer.

Since Oncotarget has grown, they have included more specialists. Each of these people are able to connect with others and it has allowed Oncotarget to get better than what they were in the past. It has also allowed people the chance to try more things and to grow in the company that they are a part of. For those who read and study with Oncotarget, there are huge differences in the treatments that they can use to make things better for each of the people who they serve. Visit his profile on Google Scholar.

Eric Lefkofsky and his Company, Tempus

According to the article written by Barb Darrow, “This Is What’s Missing in the Data-Centric Approach to Cancer”, about Eric Lefkofsky, the co-founder of the company Tempus, doctors need more data to properly treat cancer. There is a place in which data isn’t being used, and that is every day treatments of cancer patients. Lefkofsky’s wife was diagnosed with breast cancer, and he was overwhelmed by the realization that the oncologist wasn’t being given the comparative information from one patient to the next.

Mr Lefkofsky thought it was important for doctors and researchers to have this information available to them for analysis. So, he came up with the idea for Tempus. A data driven company that would take the medical records of all the patients, clean them up, by taking all the personal information away, and giving the information back to the doctors and researchers to be analyzed. Through the comparative analyzation of each patient, their medical issues, medications, and result of treatment the doctors could better predict the outcome of their future patients.

Attaining his law degree from the University of Michigan, Lefkofsky, started his first business in 1994 with his business partner, Bradley Keywell. They borrowed money and bought Brandon Apparel, which didn’t do well and gave them legal problems for quite some time. In 1999 they founded, Starbelly, an internet company specializing in promotional products. This time they were successful and sold the company for $240 million. Lefkofsky would co-found many other successful companies, such as, Tempus, Lightbank, InnerWorkings, Uptake Technologies, Groupon, Echo Global Logistics, and Mediaocean.

Lefkofsky and his wife, Liz, are involved in charitable activities too. They established a private foundation called, the Lefkofsky Family Foundation, where they choose to contribute to causes in art and culture, education, human rights, medical research, and health care. They tend to enjoy contributing to the community they live, the Chicago area, but they want to see their efforts felt in the global community as well.

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