After meeting Dr. Sia Daneshmand and his team at the USC Institute of Urology, I quickly knew I was in very good hands. Everything was explained to me in a simple, friendly manner, and I felt good about our mutual decision to have my bladder removed – something that was essential.
Edmundo Cid was diagnosed with kidney cancer two years ago. What made it more complicated was that, unlike other people, he had only one functioning kidney. He had his cancer removed by open surgery two years ago but recently had a recurrence of cancer in the same kidney. And, this time there were two new tumors in his kidney.
Yes, today the father of two grown children who wears a pacemaker to keep his heart in rhythm can sit in the living room of his Henderson home with his wife of 67 years and hand you a photograph and shake with laughter.
My care at USC from Dr. Lieskovsky to the staff at what is now called Keck Hospital of USC was and has continued to be top notch. I believe so strongly that USC has by far the best doctors and facilities that I recommended two friends to seek a second opinion regarding their diagnosis of prostate cancer this last year. Both of them had surgery at USC, all three of us had different doctors which goes to show the depth of the USC team.
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