NEW YORK, Nov. 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. David Samadi, the Chairman of Urology, and Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital, will dedicate his weekly Sunday Housecall LIVESTREAM to topics related to men's health for the month of November. As one of the foremost experts of robotic prostate surgery and a board certified oncologist, Dr. Samadi is especially qualified to cover cancers that specifically affect males.
Every year in November men around the world grow out their facial hair to raise awareness for issues that affect the male population such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men's suicide. Since this movement known as, "Movember" or "No Shave November," began in 2004, it has made huge strides towards increasing early cancer detection, diagnosis and effective treatments, and ultimately reduce the number of preventable deaths.
"It is important for both men and women to have open conversations with their male loved ones about early cancer detection," explained Dr. Samadi. I hope that by dedicating my program to this deadly disease, that hundreds of thousands of men around the world face every day, I can spark potentially life saving discussions."
The distinguished doctor will share advice on the ten telltale signs of testicular cancer, when and how often to visit a doctor for a prostate exam, and other symptoms or signs that could indicate a man's health may be compromised.
Dr. Samadi's weekly Sunday Housecall LIVE STREAM airs every Sunday at 12 30pm ET. Viewers can tune in at samaditv.com.
ABOUT DR. DAVID SAMADI
Dr. David Samadi is the Chairman of Urology and Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital. He is a board certified urologic oncologist trained in open traditional and laparoscopic surgery and is an expert in robotic prostate surgery. He has dedicated his distinguished career to the early detection, diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer and is considered one of the most prominent surgeons in his field. Dr. David Samadi's life mission is to bring global awareness and attention to a disease that is the second leading cause of death in men. For more information on Dr. David Samadi go to davidsamadibio.com.
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