The Breathtaking Approach of Fighting Cancer through Prostate Cancer Screening Awareness

An estimated one in every seven men in the world has prostate cancer. There will be roughly 16360 new diagnoses of cancer in 2017 according to American research institute. People who are 40 years old are most affected prostate cancer. To increase awareness in early screening of prostate cancer LabCorp, National Football League and Cancer Treatment Organization of America have collaborated inorder to beef up their efforts.

Several head coaches among them Herm Edwards, Dick Vermeil and Bill Cowher, will spearhead the prostrate pep talk. The talk aims to raise awareness and encourage men to get screening services. There will be press briefing and meetings to be held on late August, New Jersey .Edward a recipient of numerous Emmy awards will host the event and Beasley Reece will be the keynote speaker. The rest of the campaigns will take place in Atlanta, Chicago, Phoenix, and Tulsa.

NFL and LabCorp have stressed on the importance on being screened for prostate cancer. The screening is then followed up by diagnosis and various treatment methods. PSA tests don’t necessarily give a clear indication of the stage of cancer the type of treatment one should receive. If the screening indicates high levels of PSA, it shows that ne is at a high risk of prostate cancer and it’s advisable to discuss the methods of treatment with a doctor. LabCorp and NFLA are providing free and cheaper PSA screening. Men with PSA levels falling over the range outside normal are advised to seek the services of physicians immediately. PSA tests are conducted by LabCorp, at their centers countrywide.

The NFLA provides funding medicine and other development programs to help members’ live healthy and productive lives. The association consists of coaches, staffers, cheerleaders and associate members.

The cancer treatment Centre of America global, Inc. (CTCA) is a chain of five hospitals offering medical care to adult patients with cancer. CTCA combines advanced genomic testing, cancer treatment and chemotherapy which is more thorough. The treatment is designed to help patients physically and emotionally. CTCA is ranked high among the hospitals providing cancer treatment. The patients who go into the hospitals have given positive feedback regarding the services offered.

LabCorp is a science company that is involved in guiding patients, giving thorough clinical laboratory and drug development services. LabCorp provides delivery services for its drugs faster with the use of modern technology.

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World Renowned, popular Dr. Samadi hosts live weekly show

Fans of the Fox News Channel show “Sunday House Call” will be thrilled to learn that Dr. Samadi is now hosting his own show. The name of the show is Sunday Housecall with Dr. Samadi. He will undoubtedly gain legions of new fans with this new weekly broadcast. The presentation is live and the format will be discussions with with medical experts about physical and mental health issues.

Topical and important health issues will be covered of course as well as exercise, diet, mental health and general wellness. Dr. Samadi will host a diversified group of guests with knowledge in all of these fields and more. He will take calls live from viewers, and will be answering questions written in and emailed by viewers. Dr. David B. Samadi has been a contributor to Fox News as a health expert since 2009. He was a Team Anchor on “Sunday House Call” during its five and a half year run.

The new show can be seen online at Facebook, Twitter, and at Dr.SamadiTV.com. It will air every Sunday at 12:30pm Eastern Time. It will no doubt be informative and exciting.

At Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City Dr. Samadi currently serves as Chairman of Urology, also Chief of Robotic Surgery. His background is impressive and fascinating. In 1979 he fled Iran, along with his brother, to Belgium and London and then to the United States. He earned his Bachelor’s degree at Stony Brook University and then went on to Stony Brook School of Medicine, earning an M.D. in 1994. He continued his post graduate work at Montefiore Medical Center, trained in proctology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and gained a Fellowship in Proctology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in 2001. Then he heard about work being done at Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil in France in the field of prostate surgery. He earned a Fellowship to mentor there under Professor Claude Abbou in 2002.

Dr. Samadi owns a patent for a robotic surgery entitled SMART. That stands for Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Technique. It is a surgery that preserves the nerves surrounding the prostate during robotic prostate surgery.

Obviously, Dr. Samadi’s main interest is in men’s health. He considers it his mission to educate and help people in this field. His show, “Sunday Housecall with Dr. Samadi” will also examine women’s health issues and every day habits and ways to stay well.

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