Every Sunday is a Medically Informative Day with Dr. David Samadi’s Show

October is the Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM) also known as the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM) in America. Many people have questions regarding breast cancer, its diagnosis, treatment, etc. There is no better place to find the much-needed answers than in Dr. David Samadi’s newly launched show particularly the episode on Sunday, October 15. He will host Dr. Cynara Coomer, a renowned breast cancer specialist. The two will discuss breast health and answer questions from viewers regarding the topic. In case you have been wondering about the difference between a benign and a malignant tumor or how to detect breast cancer early enough, just watch the show live at Samaditv.com starting at 12:30 PM EDT.

About Dr. Samadi’s Show

The shows will air regularly on Sundays beginning at 12:30 PM EDT. Dr. Samadi will host various guests each week and discussions will also vary each week. Some topics of interest include sexual health, men’s health, women’s health, and of course trends in the medical field. As the audience benefits from the information shared on the show, further personalized help is a phone call or an email away. Even if their questions are unattended to during the show, Dr. Samadi assures his viewers that feedback will be given after the show.

About Dr. Cynara

She is the Chief of Breast Surgery and Director of the Comprehensive Breast Center at Northwell Health Staten Island University Hospital. She is credited with spearheading efforts that led to the establishment of the Comprehensive Breast Center. Previously, Dr. Cynara worked at New York’s Mount Sinai Medical Centre and Lennox Hill Hospital where she was a colleague to Dr. Samadi. Dr. Cynara’s career has been marked by a commitment to treat both malignant and benign tumors. While she is not in the theatre performing breast surgery, she is creating awareness about breast cancer.

Who is Dr. Samadi?

Some say he is a celebrity doctor because of his hard to miss media exposure; he is continuously present on TV, the internet, social media, and medical publications. However, the current Chairman of Urology and Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital is using the media exposure for a good cause: enlightening Americans on various medical conditions, how to avoid them, manage them, etc. The board-certified doctor specialized in urologic disease especially prostate cancer and minimally invasive procedures for treating it. Dr. Samadi left his native country, Iran, for the U.S when he was 15 years.

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