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The California Center for Cardiothoracic Surgery (heart411.com) Surgeons are Leaders in Lung Cancer Surgery
Date:10/6/2009

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The California Center for Cardiothoracic Surgery have performed countless successful Lung Cancer Surgeries for patients throughout Southern California. The diagnosis of lung cancer can be a daunting one. Swift, attached to a vital organ and responsible for more deaths than any other type of cancer, lung cancer is indeed a serious prognosis. In order for a patient to return to health, a number of different treatments are considered. The current treatments for lung cancer range from radiation and chemotherapy to lung cancer surgery, and proper course of treatment depends on the type of lung cancer, the stage of cancer and the person's overall health. For Southern California residents who require lung cancer surgery, the California Center for Cardiothoracic Surgery is a top destination for expert diagnosis and treatment.

The principals at the California Center for Cardiothoracic Surgery are leading surgeons Dr. Mohammad A. Gharavi and Dr. Gholam R. Mohammadzadeh. Highly skilled in performing both cardiac and thoracic surgery, including minimally invasive, Thoracoscopic and video assisted Thoracoscopic surgery. They are an excellent resource for patients who require lung cancer surgery. Since lung cancer surgery plays an important role in halting the progression of cancer through the rest of the body, it is a critical procedure and needs to be done right. There is a delicate balance between removing too much of the afflicted organ and not removing enough during lung cancer surgery. Because of this, the lung cancer surgery should be performed by cardiothoracic surgeons with a long history of success, such as Dr. Gharavi and Dr. Mohammadzadeh.

With residencies at leading university hospitals and current affiliations with top the Southern California area hospitals, Dr. Gharavi and Dr. Mohammadzadeh are the kind of surgeons that patients can place their trust in for a successful lung cancer surgery. The California Center for Cardiothoracic Surgery specializes in health matters affecting the organs and blood vessels in the chest, which is why there is no better place to go for lung cancer surgery. The doctors are intimately acquainted with the best course of treatment, are talented surgeons, and can expertly help their patients live longer, healthier and happy lives.

For more information please visit http://www.heart411.com or call 800-HEART91.

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