Making a Difference
Dr. Sai Yendamuri practices as a thoracic surgeon at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute, where he also serves as Professor of Oncology, Chair for the Department of Thoracic Surgery, and Director for the Thoracic Surgery Laboratory.
Dr. Yendamuri also sees patients with lung cancer at the Niagara Falls Memorial Center, and serves as Professor of Surgery for Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University of Buffalo. He hopes to make a difference in the early detection and treatment of thoracic malignancies through his academic, research, and clinical endeavors.
Dr. Sai Yendamuri believes that individuals may have a genetic predisposition to developing mesothelioma. He hopes this question will be answered in the coming years for the benefit of many.
Dr. Yendamuri has reached out to the public as a television medical expert. In his 2011 interview with a TV station in Buffalo, New York, he shared his belief that we will see dramatic improvements in the treatment of thoracic malignancies, thanks to advances in research.
Dr. Yendamuri believes that individuals may have a genetic predisposition to developing mesothelioma. He hopes this question will be answered in the coming years for the benefit of many.
Although we enjoy greater regulation and restriction of asbestos-containing products now than in the past, Dr. Yendamuri asserts that the long latency period of mesothelioma continues to contribute to the disease’s prevalence today.
If you or a loved one believe you might be at risk for or might be suffering from an asbestos-related thoracic malignancy, it is crucial that you find the right treatment right away. Contact Dr. Sai Yendamuri today.