• We would like to thank all of Dr. Kandils' Patients who so generously volunteered their testimonials
19 year old Kristie Chalmers and her Mom Mary tell their Heart Warming story
Dr. Emad Kandil, Tualane Medical Center
Mary Chalmers Writes
My 19 yr old daughter Kristie had suddenly developed a large mass on her neck, which turned out to be a thyroid tumor. Her dad and I had just lost his brother to a malignant brain tumor within a 3 month period, so we wanted her to have it removed immediately.
She began researching doctors who did a robotic approach through the axilla, since she didn't want a scar on her neck. I had been a surgical RN for many years and had never heard of this approach. I had many questions and concerns that I voiced during our meetings with Dr. Kandil and he took the time to answer them and never made me feel rushed.
My husband and I were very impressed with his knowledge, experience and his warm and down to earth manner.
Dr Kandil ordered an ultra sound before the surgery and stayed with Kristie during the entire procedure, showing the technician different views that he wanted. As an RN I can tell you this is pretty unusual to have a physician stay during such a test. He shows a genuine concern for his patients that is very reassuring.
Immediately after the operation Dr Kandil prepared us that the tumor had an unusual appearance and could be malignant. He explained a plan of care for Kristie should the pathologist find the mass to be malignant.
A week later we got the wonderful news that the mass was benign and she could get back to her life as a college student.
Dr. Kandil is an amazing physician that I would highly recommend.
Kristie Chalmers' Story
In the summer of 2011 I noticed a large nodule on my right thyroid gland.
My parents and I spoke to many doctors and realized that a biopsy would be necessary. When my results came back as inconclusive, surgery was the only option. I am 19 years old and I was very afraid of the thought of living with a scar on my neck for the rest of my life.
I then did my research and discovered the new robotic thyroidectomy performed by Dr Kandil at Tulane Medical Center in New Orleans. Although I now live in Florida, I am originally from New Orleans.
Doctor Kandil was absolutely wonderful, I have never had such a great doctor who seemed to care so much. He was extremely informative and professional. My parents absolutely loved him as well!
The surgery went great and the scar under my arm is barely even noticeable. I recovered within about 2 months. It is so great that they have this new surgery and I would recommend Dr. Kandil to anyone.
He is great!
Kathryn Spano's Story;
I am an active thirty year old, with an equally active three year old to chase after. When I realized I was going to have to have thyroid surgery, I was concerned for recovery and also scarring. I already have a pacemaker and my skin keloids, leaving unattractive scars. The thought of having a scar across my neck was very concerning.
Dr. Kandil explained by doing a robotic surgery he could make the incision in the natural folds of my skin on my chest and underarm making it hard to notice. I agreed to this type of surgery and I am thankful everyday for it. I can wear a sleeveless shirt or swim suit and my scar, which is about three inches in length under my arm, goes totally undetected.
After the surgery, Dr. Kandil and his nursing staff made me feel like I was their only patient. If I had any question or concern, they were on top of it ensuring my piece of mind. I am very pleased with the surgery's outcome and if needed I would choose to have it again and I greatly appreciate the concern from Dr. Kandil and his staff.
Ms. Erin Segady, RN. South Florida.
Erin Segady's Story,
My name is Erin Segady. I am an RN in South Florida. My thyroid nodules were found on a MRI I had for my cervical spine (2005). My physician’s care at that time was to monitor my thyroid through ultrasound, iodine uptake (nuclear med) and blood work. I also had a fine needle biopsy that was inconclusive (showed hyperplasia).
On my last ultrasound, in November 2010, the nodule had increased in size and had noted micro-calcification (suggestive of cancer). I honestly knew it had grown because I was feeling pressure against my esophagus when swallowing everything and off to the ENT physician I went. He recommended surgical intervention. My first question to him was, “Could you cut me here?” while pointing behind my ear. I was afraid of being cut at my neck and the scar it would leave.
He explained his endoscopic procedure and then informed me that the transaxillary approach has been approved. So, I began to research the transaxillary robotic thyroidectomy. In researching, I was impressed because the use of robotics allows a more precise surgery. It shows a 3D view and provides protection of the sensitive nerves.
My research led me to contact Dr. Kandil at Tulane University, New Orleans. He is a leader in teaching and instructing this surgical procedure. After reviewing my medical records, he informed me I was a good candidate for transaxillary robotic surgery. His staff assisted me with the pre-op I needed, scheduled my pre and post surgical visits and kindly provided a surgery date at my convenience, as I had to arrange to travel for this surgery. On Wednesday, I had my initial meeting with Dr. Kandil. I was pleasantly pleased that he listened to me and heard my concerns. He answered my questions about the surgery and incision. The incision site was a big concern for me, as I am coming from South Florida and I practically live in my bathing suit. I felt reassured that I would not have a noticeable scar.
Thursday was my surgery at Tulane. It was a pleasant experience as I was cared for in a professional manner from pre to post operation. I woke up after surgery to my nurse Joy and a visit from my doctors! I spent the night and the staff was attentive. Dr. Kandil even visited me in my hospital room.
The next day, I was discharged with a drain under my arm, instructions on medicine and surgical site care. Once discharged, I was able to have my prescriptions filled at Walgreens. I iced and rested that day. I was doing great! My discomfort was minimal so by Saturday and Sunday I was out of my room by 12 o’clock. I shopped and walked to all the sites in New Orleans by myself. I was eating cereal and Subway subs without any difficulty swallowing which is not the case with cervical incisions. Monday was a follow up visit in the ENT clinic. Vanessa the PA pulled my drain and I returned to South Florida that afternoon. I did use airline assistance between planes on my return flights.
Once the final pathology report was available, Dr. Kandil called and spoke with me directly to report the findings and check on my progress. My recovery at home went smoothly. My incision is at my left side in the curve of my armpit (axilla). I had minimal discomfort and felt stronger daily. I know I chose the best physician and procedure for my situation. Every time I look into the mirror, I smile. I am so thankful not to see a cervical scar after my thyroid surgery. I thank you, Dr. Kandil, for your surgical ability, care and dedication to providing this option. I am more than pleased to share this information. It was a divine experience for me from arrival to departure.
Thanks to all the Tulane’s doctors and staff who provided my excellent care.
Erin Segady, FLA.
Anne Guillory writes;
Although I have nothing to go by for comparison, as this has been the only "major" surgery I've undergone in my lifetime, I must say that my perception of the experience was not intolerable.
As told by Dr. Kandil, all went well with my partial thyroidectomy. Now, 10 months post-op, my sensation in that area, as well as overlying where was once the right lobe of the thyroid gland, is near-normal.
Altogether, I will say that my experience was, in my opinion the best that I could have expected. My overall "pain" was better described as "discomfort". I would definately see Dr. Kandil and quickly accept use of this robot again, if need be.
Dear Dr. Kandil,
I would like to add my testimonial and share my experience with you. I am from Canada and in the medical field myself. I noticed a growing lump on my neck, my doctors in Canada recommended surgery through the neck. But I was reluctant to have a long visible scar on my neck, although it could be hidden in a neck crease, I do not have any neck creases yet.
I did my own research and got across Transaxillary Robotic surgery. I have never heard of this before. No one in Canada is trained to do this surgery. I got in touch with Dr. Kandil. He replied immediately and addressed all my questions, explained the procedure and even the cost as I am a private payer.
Dr. Kandil performed my surgery this summer using the da Vinci robot system. I was very well taken care of. The medical care was outstanding and I had a great experience. I was out of the hospital the next day and had great time visiting New Orleans with my family. After the hospital, I did not need any pain medicine. The surgery did not hold me back. I had full range of motion in my neck and my left arm (the site of surgery) shortly after the surgery. I have no scar on my neck and I have a very well concealed left axillary scar. I am still wearing my tank tops.
I cannot thank you enough Dr. Kandil for providing me with the best care. You are simply the best, I believe robotic surgery is the way of the future. I had out-standing and competent care at Dr. Kandil's office and special thanks to Vanessa and thanks to the nurses and the doctors at Tulane Medical Centre who provided me with superb care.
I am very pleased with the outcome of my surgery and I am very thankful to you all and especially Dr. Kandil.
F. Adams, Canada AB
Dear Dr. Kandil,
I would like to give you some feedback on my post operative results. I had thyroid surgery on 22 July 2010 with the robotic device as opposed to the older approach of going through the neck. As of the writing of this letter, 13 Sept 2010, I have had no pain. I have not used any pain medicine at all. I have had no apparent side effects from this approach (the robotic method) at all.
I seem to have full range of motion on my left side (the surgery side) and I do not seem to have any voice or other neck related issues. My incision scar is as advertised and very reasonable. With all this said, I would close by saying that I am pleased that this was about as simple a procedure there could be. I had a lot more pain and difficult recovery when my wisdom teeth were removed.
P. B. Deckert
Ms. Ligia Mercadel
Ligia Mercadal says;
In a few words I would like to describe my experience with the robotic thyroid surgery. "I had a very positive experience, it was fantastic, and I had no pain at all. I did not even open the pain killers that were prescribed to me. In three days time I was ready to continue my activities almost as normal. Dr. Kandil and his team take excellent care of patients, they have silk hands and make you feel at home".
Ligia Mercadal, Honduras
Claudia from Portugal writes;
When I discovered that I needed to remove the right lobe of my thyroid, I was very concerned about having a long visible scar on my neck. I did my own research and read in an article about transaxillary robotic surgery in the U.S.A (New Orleans). Because I live in Portugal, it seemed almost impossible, but I contacted Dr Kandil via e- mail and he responded promptly to all my questions. It was exceptional. After conversing back and forth with doctor Kandil, I decided to schedule my surgery and travel to New Orleans. The surgery was a great success , fast recovery and absence of neck pain. This robot allowed the doctor to remove all my diseased tissue, saving the rest of my gland. My deep appreciation goes out to all the health care professionals at Tulane Medical Center, and in particular to Dr. Kandil's dedication and commitment to this procedure. I would recommend this procedure to anyone because it is a minimally invasive surgery and Dr Kandil is an excellent professional, very demanding and well qualified.
Claudia de Portugal escreve
Quando descobri que eu precisava remover o lobo direito da tiróide, eu fiquei muito preocupada em ter uma longa cicatriz visível no meu pescoço. Fiz a minha própria pesquisa e li através de um artigo sobre cirurgia robótica transaxilar nos E.U.A(New Orleans). Como sou de Portugal, parecia quase impossível, mas entrei em contacto com Dr. Kandil através do mail e ele respondeu-me imediatamente a todas as questões. Foi excepcional. Após fazer muitas questões ao Doutor, eu decidi marcar a cirurgia e viagem para New Orleans. A cirurgia foi um grande sucesso, de rápida recuperação e com ausência de dor no pescoço. Este robot permitiu remover o meu tecido doente, poupando o resto da minha glândula. O meu profundo agradecimento aos profissionais de saúde do hospital de Tulane e em especial ao Dr Kandil pela dedicação e empenho a este procedimento. Eu recomendaria este procedimento para qualquer pessoa porque é uma cirurgia minimamente invasiva e o Dr. Kandil é um excelente profissional, muito exigente e bem qualificado.
Louis Richardson, Jr
Louis Richardson, Jr writes;
On August 10, 2010, Dr. Kandil performed a robotic procedure to remove a nodule from my throat. The procedure was a success and the following morning, I was up saying a prayer for my roommate. I didn't have any pain in my throat and was very happy to learn of the new procedure. Thanks very much for being a blessing and coming to my aid.
- Louis Richardson, Jr.
Jennifer Merritt from North Carolina writes;
Upon finding out that I needed to have a total right thyroidectomy, I was very nervous about the traditional method of thyroid surgery. At 32 years old, I hated the thought of having to deal with a large scar on my neck for the rest of my life. As a non-professional singer, I was also scared of losing my voice or becoming hoarse, a risk of traditional thyroid surgery.
My fears about having surgery were greatly decreased after finding out about the robotic transaxillary procedure performed by Dr. Kandil. I was very impressed by Dr. Kandil after he reviewed my medical records and called and spoke with me at length about the surgery for my particular case. He also took the time to review my case with my local endocrinologist.
I was able to return home four days post operation and was back to work less than two weeks after surgery. Now, a month later, I am back to my everyday activities.
I am so grateful to Dr. Kandil and his staff for providing excellent care to me during my recent surgery. It was definitely worth traveling from North Carolina to Louisiana for the procedure, and I highly recommend Dr. Kandil and this procedure to anyone requiring thyroid surgery.
Jamie Runyan's Story
Last January, I went to a specialist for ear trouble, but the focus soon turned to the large lump on my neck. My family doctor had told me I had two nodules on my thyroid, but not to worry. I should have worried. After meeting with Dr. Emad Kandil, Assistant Professor of Surgery and Chief of Endocrine Surgery at Tulane Medical Center, I knew I was in the right place. He had the knowledge, the expertise and resources available to treat whatever was found.
After Dr. Kandil reviewed my past records and examined me, I left his office with the words biopsy, tumors, cancer, surgery and robot swirling around in my head. How was I going to tell my family this news? They had gone through so much with my ongoing seizure disorder, a possible cancer scare would be too much. I didn't give cancer an option to exist. I just blocked it from my head until the biopsy. Even then, I didn't allow any thoughts of this possibility not at age 32. I had struggled enough in my life and I wasn't going to let cancer in and have to fight that too.
The biopsies came back benign, but the two large nodules had to come out due to their abnormally large size. Surgery was a must, but by robot? What's the big deal about the regular way of having thyroid surgery, is the throat scar really that bad? I immediately researched on the Internet and was shocked by the nasty scar it leaves even in today's medical world.
I was a college soccer player and know about bumps & bruises, I know scraps & scabs, I had 3 knee surgeries and know scars, but this thyroid neck scar is very apparent and can not be concealed, it is life-changing. I finally understood why this robot was so revolutionary and my doctor was an expert on it.
Out of all the doctors I could have gone to, I found him.
A few weeks after my biopsy, I was in surgery with the da Vinci robot, it was a great success. Both nodules were removed along with a portion of my thyroid. I spent one night in the hospital as a precautionary measure, the incision was very small, recovery time was very short, I was up & about in a couple of days. The scar is in the crease of my upper arm towards the armpit and is almost invisible. I have to point it out to people when they ask to see it.
Unfortunately, I would use the da Vinci robot again. Four months later, my mother looked at me and told me she saw a lump on my throat. Here we go again, I thought, and I was right. I had rapidly growing tumors growing on my thyroid and from the biopsy they couldn't be ruled out as being cancerous. The game plan was to remove the remaining portion of the thyroid and go on replacement therapy.
Again, the robot was a total success. It was minimally invasive resulting in a smaller incision under the arm, less pain and quicker healing time. I was on my feet in a day with no pain. The robot has saved me from two nasty neck incisions with considerable healing time not to mention the cosmetic factor that has been avoided. It's an amazing invention changing lives everyday.
Natalie Guidry's Story;
My experience with robotic surgery was actually my first experience with surgery ever. I was very overwhelmed after local doctors found calcification in my thyroid gland and suggested I see Dr. Kandil at Tulane. Dr. Kandil explained a new procedure to remove the left side of the thyroid in question that would not involve a cut across my neck. This information was very comforting to me. I didn’t want to have to always answer for a scar on my neck. Also, the quick recovery was of extreme importance to me because I have 3 children, and the youngest was only 1 ˝ years old at the time of my surgery. I work full time and getting myself back to a regular routine in the shortest possible time was important to me and my family.
The first week after surgery went smooth, just extra rest and no lifting. I was able to drive about 10 days after the surgery and was back to my full time office position in only 2 ˝ weeks. My first week back at work was at full load…..dropping kids off at school and sitter, 40 hours at work, and baseball practices and games in the evenings. Coworkers and friends didn’t even know about my surgery unless I told them. There was no visible evidence for me to explain. I am now 7 months after surgery and have no lingering side effects from the surgery. I was able to wear sleeveless v-neck shirts and bathing suits this summer without anyone seeing the red scar line under my arm.
I was very satisfied with my robotic surgery , and I'm very happy with the fact that I have no visible neck scars, it did not affect my vocal cords and I had no need for any pain medications thanks to the game ready ice jacket. I was able to return to work within two weeks. I would highly recommend this procedure.
Thank you for taking great care of me,
I had thyroid cancer , and I am very picky about my doctors. With Dr. Kandil I found a competent, understanding, intelligent doctor who most importantly worked with me.
My surgery was performed using the daVinci Robot and because of this not only was my cancer totally removed, half my thyroid is still intact, and I do not have the horrible scar on my neck.
Traditional open surgery, and with any other doctor, they would have removed my whole thyroid, and I would have been left with a scar that looks like my throat was slit.
Thank you Dr. Kandil,
Kimberly Borge 9/13/10
Henrietta Louise wrote:
I had a very large goiter in my neck that was removed by Dr.Kandil from an incision under the arm. The surgery was quick and my recovery was very easy.
I thank Dr. Kandil for a job well done.
Jeanette Hofler wrote;
I was recommended for robotic surgery on the thyroid by Dr. Emad Kandil at Tulane University Medical Center. After surgery my arms were stiff as if I had slept on them the wrong way, the stiffness was not bad and resolved in a couple of hours. Other than that, I didn't even need pain medication.
The surgery did not leave a scar on my neck and there was no pain following surgery. I went home the day after the surgery. Dr. Kandil is a skilled and thorough surgeon. I recommend this procedure and Dr Kandil to anyone.
Leslie N. writes;
Dr. Emad Kandil is a Doctor I will never forget. When my thyroid was diagnosed with suspicious nodules, one fear that I had was the dreaded "Neck Scar". This gentle doctor is unique in that he removed part of my thyroid by going thru my arm pit area, and this was a same day surgery!
I am so greatful to Dr. Emad Kandil for his knowledge, now I do not have to focus on a scar on my neck.
Jane Patton from Wyoming writes,
I first discovered I had a rather large nodule on the left side of my thyroid with an inconclusive fine needle aspiration biopsy. Surgery was my only option and I felt like everything was out of my control. I was afraid. I was afraid of the outcome, if I had cancer, and I was afraid of the surgery.
After much research I settled on a very good surgeon, he had all the right credentials, the education, the experience and excellent training. We met and settled on a surgery date for traditional surgery. I was a wreck. I kept going back to the surgery, the recovery process, and my fear. I kept thinking about my children and what a long recovery time would mean to me. I literally typed in "Good News + Thyroid Surgery" and hit search. I was hoping for a few blogs about how it wasn"t so bad and I would be fine.
Instead I got Dr. Kandil and the latest in Thyroid surgery using the Robotic Da Vinci procedure. I was immediately intrigued and started doing my research. I learned there were a few facilities in the United States that were doing this type of surgery on a regular basis.
I decided to inquire, what would be the harm in just making a few phone calls, I reasoned. I am not sure I really had considered it at the time. I left my number with Caroline, Dr. Kandil's assistant. She was so warm and pleasant. Imagine my surprise, when Dr. Kandil, himself called me back. In my area Doctors do not call patients, and every second speaking to them is a billable hour. I asked him if he thought I was crazy, to fly from Wyoming, he said no, people flew to see him all the time. I told him that I was just from a small town, and why me, he told me, "Why Not YOU?" I wanted the surgery very badly and hoped dates and times would work out.
Dr. Kandil went out of his way to look at my workable dates, and make it work for me. It is something he tries to do for anyone willing to travel to see him. At the initial inquiry I had also faxed my medical records to one of the other facilities, as they too had a great reputation. I heard back from them that I was not a good candidate for the surgery. I wasn't given a detailed explanation but found interviews that lead me to believe it was because I am a larger woman with a definite weight problem, and my nodule was almost twice the size of the nodules they were generally taking out with this procedure. I felt traditional was going to be my only option, and that felt barbaric after researching the Da Vinci way.
I was very worried that I would not be a candidate for the surgery. I emailed Dr. Kandil who assured me that he would make some adjustments in the surgery and I would be fine. He emailed me with a workable date and told me to book my tickets.
I believed in Dr. Kandil from the beginning. I knew he was the only one for this surgery. I knew he had the experience and expertise I was looking for, but what defined Dr. Kandil as a great doctor is not his technical skills but rather his exceptional people skills. He puts his patients first and he makes you feel like you are his only patient.
His staff is professional and personable as well. Dr. Kandil and his entire staff give you their personal cell phone numbers; who has ever heard of a Doctor doing that?
I met with Dr. Kandil and had to spend the day taking pre-op tests, and all was set for the next day. I was not nervous, I knew Dr. Kandil had the hard work; I just had to lay on the table and sleep. I woke up and he was there, checking on me in the recovery room. He asked me to speak to him and I remember doing so, briefly because I was pretty worn out. My voice was fine, and I remember putting my hand on my neck, as if to check to make sure I had no bandage there, making sure everything went as planned.
In my hospital room that evening, the nurse asked me if I needed pain meds. I told her no, that I was uncomfortable but not terribly so. She told me to take at least a dose, as it is easier to stay ahead of the pain rather than control it later.I agreed and my family laughed at me when I told them that I had ordered some shoes from my hospital room from QVC. I obviously was fine.
Dr. Kandil had three surgeries the day he operated on me, mine being second. I did not expect him to come to see me that night, but he sent a team of Doctors to check in on me as well as communicated with my nurse.
I saw Dr. Kandil the next day and then I was released. I stayed in New Orleans over the weekend and had my drain tube removed the following Monday.
I was sore, there is no doubt about that, but I was okay. I went to dinner in restaurants with my family, and even a few outings over the weekend, mostly I stayed iced down. Ice is very important. It has been a little over a week since my surgery and I am feeling a lot like my old self now.
My scar is barely noticeable, even at this point, and I notice the bruise more. The incision areas look more like a deepscratch. I have been stiff in my shoulder area and my neck is a bit sore. They are feeling better every day.
I know I made the right decision, both with the Doctor and the procedure. If I could tell anyone anything, I would say you do not have to be nervous. It is unpleasant, but not unbearable and Dr. Kandil and his team do this all the time. They know what they are doing and you are lucky to be here, having this procedure.
It is with the deepest gratitude that I thank Dr. Kandil for his care and dedication to this procedure.
Jane Patton, Wyoming
Alexi Babcock went to Dr. Kandil for an "Excision of a neck mass".
I am 18 years old and had a lump on my thyroid. An ENT recommended that I have surgery to remove the lump due to its size. My mother researched the web and found a WWL-TV video of Dr. Emad Kandil using the da Vinci robot to perform thyroid surgery without leaving a scar in the neck area.
From my very first visit, throughout the surgery, and post-operative appointment, Dr. Kandil and his staff have been extremely pleasant and comforting. I had a 3.5cm benign dermoid cyst removed using the robot at Tulane Hospital by Dr. Kandil.
The surgery was done on an out-patient basis, and I was home by 5pm that afternoon. I experienced moderate discomfort for 2-3 days but was back to my normal self shortly thereafter.
Since the surgery, I tend to notice more and more women with neck scars and am truly happy my mother found Dr. Kandil. I am thrilled to not have a scar across my neck and would highly recommend anyone needing thyroid surgery to see Dr. Kandil and check out this robotic surgical option with no neck scar!
Dr Kandil and his partner, Plastic Surgeon Thomas Moulthrop, now perform "Robotic Neck Lift Surgery"
This new "twist" to robotic thyroidectomy, which by itself is already a wonderful procedure eliminating the visible scare in the front of the neck left behind after a "traditional open thyroidectomy", now allows for the surgeon to go in from the back of the neck, totally hiding the scar underneath the hair.
After Dr. Kandil finishes the robotic thyroidectomy, his partner Dr. Thomas Moulthrop, is then able to take over and perform the face lift procedure from the same surgical incision site, hiding the scar underneath the hair.
As soon as we find out more about this exciting new procedure we will let you know.
In the mean time please read the testimonial from J.L
I found a big lump on my neck during my physical check on September 2012 and it turned out to be a 3.2 cm thyroid nodule. I was blessed to find Dr Kandil and he is the best doctor I have ever encountered. He was very sweet and treated me like his family. I am from China and most my family members are living in China now. They encouraged me to go back China and have the surgery done there. But I chose to do the surgery in the United States instead, the reason is simple--
If I chose to do the surgery in China, I will have a visible scar on my neck, but Dr Kandil with his Robotic Technology can help me avoid the ugly scar. Dr Kandil has many years experience in Robotic Surgery and he can do the surgery through axilla area instead of directly on the neck, Dr Kandil convinced me that he could even do it from the back of my neck using advanced robotic technology called "Facelift Technology" and the scar will be hidden by my hair.
The result of my surgery turns out a big success. I was able to talk normally immediately after surgery, and I didn't even need any pain medicine during my recovery period. I was able to go to the mall shopping one week after the surgery, go back to work two weeks later without anybody in my work place noticing that I had a major surgery, and go to the gym exercising after three weeks.
I feel that I have been blessed to meet Dr Kandil and I definitely will recommend him to anyone who also has to go through thyroid surgery and wishes to have a beautiful neck after the surgery.
• We would like to thank all of Dr. Kandils' Patients who so generously volunteered their testimonials
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