Dr. Jennifer Walden is a jack of all trades but majorly a plastic surgeon, located in the United States. She is an American born in the twentieth-century by a dentist father and a surgical nurse mother. Dr. Jennifer Walden graduated with a Biology degree. During the same period, she furthered her studies and acquired her MD from University of Texas Medical Branch. Her environs affected the growth in her career as she was able to get a fellowship at Manhattan at the aesthetic surgery.
For several years, Dr. Jennifer Walden had the opportunity to work in New York. She got the chance to do a few trials that led to the reintroduction of breast transplant. The city gave her a lot of experience, but she returned to her native home place due to changes in her life. She opened a private practice following the start of a family. It is after several expansions that she was recognized as the plastic surgeon of the year. This was evident after the exposure and skill she had acquired.
Her method of plastic surgery has been approved by many as she uses the Vectra and ThermiVa technology which is different and of high quality. The technology enables the use of 3-D visualization of a given patient before the surgery. On the other hand, Dr. Jennifer Walden uses the technologies to adjust and regulate temperatures, and tightens the vagina and enhances the proper gain of energy. Her undying ambition to change the health sector has led to the realization and development of instruments for breast surgery. The construction was done by a scientific organization locate in the United States. Dr. Walden is also a consultant in various medical sectors. Some of these sectors include in the aesthetic companies where she consults in various areas. This makes her to be a doctor who has influenced a lot of changes in the medical section.
Mitt Romney, the former nominee for the United States Presidency, recently went on record to discuss a recent surgical procedure regarding prostate cancer, which he was diagnosed with last year. The removal of the slow-growing tumor seems to signify Mitt Romney’s intention to run for the United States Senate seat that will soon be vacated by Utah Senator, Orrin Hatch. The surgery, which proved to be a resounding success, was performed at UC Irvine Hospital by Dr. Thomas Aherling. In 2017 alone, more than 160,000 men were diagnosed with prostate cancer, and that number is expected to climb by a substantial margin in 2018.
Prostate cancer usually develops in men over the age of 65, with 66 being the average number, while it is much rarer in men under the age of 40. Mitt Romney, who turned 70 in March of last year, was not the first politician to successfully undergo surgery, as he joined the likes of Colin Powell, who was treated at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, as well as John Kerry, who was diagnosed during his run for the presidency in 2002.
According to Dr. David Samadi, when a man is diagnosed with prostate cancer, the two most effective options are surgery or radiation therapy. Dr. Samadi always chooses to discuss the pros and cons of each option, as making the correct decision is of significant consequence. He is a staunch proponent of using surgery to combat the disease, particularly when it remains localized, as studies have proven that, when this is the case, surgery has been decidedly more effective. The likelihood of a person succumbing to prostate cancer is two times greater with radiation therapy, and this form of treatment may come with deadly side effects, the most severe of which can be secondary rectal or bladder cancer. Those who opt to have surgery as opposed to radiation treatment, have nearly a 100 percent chance of survival, while those who choose radiation, can have as low as a 30 percent chance, particularly when it is chosen as the first option.
Dr. David Samadi is a celebrity doctor who holds the distinction of being the Chief of Robotic Surgery, as well as the Chairman of Urology for Lenox Hill Hospital. Specializing in minimally invasive surgery, Dr. Samadi was recognized as the highest paid doctor in New York City in 2012.