Dr. David Samadi’s Contribution To Urology And Cancer Treatment

Dr. David Samadi’s Contribution To Urology And Cancer Treatment

As a doctor who has risen above all odds to became one of the most respected radiologists and cancer specialist, Dr. Samadi will start hosting a live show namely Sunday Housecall. The show will address a wide range of medical issues. As the host, Samadi will be inviting guests to his show. The quests will discuss mental and physical health issues. The show will also address nutritional problems as well as exercise routines for all people.

Samadi will focus on issues affecting men and women. Some of these issues will be addresses separate on a different day. The doctor will be receiving calls on live TV and answering questions from viewers. If available, the questions will be answered by other health specialist working with Samadi.

Dr. David will be working with highly skilled medical professionals from all disciplines of the medical field. He will be addressing matters regarding sexual health and give you tips that will help you prevent the occurrence of certain diseases. Medical professionals who have published books are highly welcome to work with Samadi in creating awareness to the general public through his Sunday Housecall show. Medical personnel who have published books about wellness are highly welcomed.

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Dr. Samadi is a public figure who has been an excellent reputation due to his work which appears on Fox news health segment. He recently announced that he will provide a free consultation to men who have just been diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Samadi was born in Iran in 1964 but fled the country together with his brother in 1979 due to the devastation caused by the Iranian revolution. He attended high schools in Belgium, London and in the USA. He got a full college scholarship due to his continued efforts to succeed despite his childhood experience in Iran. He got a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Stony Brook University. He later attended Stony Brook University School of medicine to study medicine. He graduated from medical school in 1994.

After graduating, Samadi served at Montefiore Medical Centre. In 1996 he joined Albert Einstein College of Medicine where he focused on Proctology. He did his Oncology fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering. He later joined a robotic radical prostatectomy fellowship in France.

Dr. Samadi is recognized as one of the best urologists in the USA. He has performed over 7000 successful surgeries. He specializes in treating Kidney, Prostate, and bladder cancers. He works as a Urology professor at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ school of medicine. Dr. Samadi works with New York City’s Lenox Hill Hospital where he heads the robotic surgery department since 2012.

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Rick Shinto Proves To Be an Instrumental Force at InnovaCare

Rick Shinto has been an instrumental part of InnovaCare’s success. With over 20 years of extensive experience in operational and clinical healthcare, Shinto has revolutionized the company guaranteeing growth and stability. Teamwork, proper communication, great working environment and clear vision have been the recipe for success under the leadership of Dr. Rick Shinto. Under his leadership, InnovaCare has lived up its mission of redefining the management of healthcare in today’s challenging health care environment. The excellent leadership of Shinto has kept customer satisfaction way above 90 percent.

InnovaCare has two affiliates in Puerto Rico, PMC Medicare Choice Inc.and MMM Healthcare Inc. These two affiliates offer unmatched care programs that promote emotional and physical well-being. The high efficiency of executing plans earned the both PMC and MMM NCQA recognition.

Under his capable leadership, Dr. Shinto has made doctor visits affordable to average people attracting a huge customer base. Excellent incorporation of technology has provided residents of Puerto Rico with high quality and cheaper insurance plans. This has drawn over 70 percent of the residents into choosing InnovaCare over insurance providers. Learn more about Rick on XRepublic.

Shinto’s Career Background

Shinto joined the University of California where he earned his B.S. He later earned his degree in medicine from the University of New York and later received his MBA from the University of Redlands. Shinto began his career in health as a pulmonologist in South California. Before joining InnovaCare, he served in several executive positions in various medical establishments. Rick Shinto served as the chief executive officer of Aveta Inc., chief medical officer of NAMM in California, COO, and chief medical officer of Pathways Management Company. With this wealth of experience, Shinto has managed to publish several books, journals, and papers on clinical medicine.

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Prestigious Award

While serving as the CEO of Aveta Inc., Shinto was honored with Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, an award given to entrepreneurs who show excellence in financial performance, innovative ideas and desire to help their communities.

Penelope Kokkinides

Shinto was joined with three other experienced medical experts at InnovaCare. Penelope Kokkinides was among the new entrants to management. She serves as the CAO of InnovaCare. Before ascending to her current position, she served as the chief operations officer of the same firm. She brings in over 20 years of extensive health care experience specializing in government programs and managed care industry. Before joining InnovaCare, Penelope served as the chief operations officer and clinical operations vice president at Aveta Inc. The teamwork of both Penelope and Shinto has proved to be an invaluable asset of InnovaCare.

Study Suggests Stem Cell Treatment May Lead to MS Remission

The results of a recent clinical trial show that transplanting a person’s own stem cells back into them, after high-dose immunosuppressive therapy, can cause long-term remission of multiple sclerosis. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease in which the nervous system is attacked by the immune system. In the study 69% of the patients had lived for 5 years with no remission of MS symptoms, brain lesions or progression of the disease. The patients had not been given any multiple sclerosis medicines during this time.

The clinical trial was funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. The three year results were published in 2014 and the five year results were published this month.

The findings of the trials suggest that this treatment is more effective than other MS medicines have shown to be. The next step will be to develop a larger trial to directly compare this treatment path to other MS medicines.

The symptoms experienced by people suffering from MS can include fatigue, chronic pain, weakness and motor and speech difficulties. Over time the symptoms can get progressively worse as the disease develops.

The clinical trial used volunteer sufferers of multiple sclerosis from the ages of 26 to 52 years old. These patients had been taking available MS drugs but were still experiencing a worsening in their conditions.

A doctor that has extensive experience in handling patients with MS is Dr. Shiva Gopal Vasishta. Dr. Shiva Gopal Vasishta earned his degree in medicine and psychiatry in 1979 from the Government Medical College in India. His residency was performed at Boston City Hospital.

Dr. Shiva Gopal Vasishta has a practice at Eastern Neurodiagnostic Associates where he treats patients with brain disorders, including multiple sclerosis. In order to help his older patients, Dr. Shiva Gopal Vasishta does accept Medicare.