David Sarid, oncologist (Tel Aviv, Israel) - Experts Medical
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David Sarid

David Sarid

Oncologist
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Tel Aviv, Israel
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Clinical experience: over 30 years
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4 reviews
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Tel Aviv, Israel
Oncologist
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Clinical experience: over 30 years

Achievements and awards

Professor, Doctor of Medical Sciences.
Author of more than 62 scientific publications, cited more than 856 times.
Regular speaker at international conferences (more than 40 presentations).
Holds 3 international certificates.
Winner of the Tel Aviv Medical Center Outstanding Staff Lecture Award for the academic year 2002-2003.

Patient reviews

KIRA
KIRA
chemotherapy treatment
Dr. David Sarid provided my chemotherapy treatment. He is a humble and compassionate doctor who supported me through difficult moments and advised me on the steps I should take before, during and after each chemotherapy session.
SKZ Voz
SKZ Voz
bladder cancer
I was offered something at Ichilov that I was not offered at home - bladder preservation. My diagnosis was bladder cancer. I was given chemotherapy at home, after which I was to undergo surgery to remove my bladder - with all the consequences that entails. I went through a course of chemotherapy - quite well, by the way. But my wife and I decided to go abroad for the operation, hoping that they would put this artificial bladder in my bladder, so we came to Ichilov. So, if I had just done the operation, I probably would not have written anything. I decided to write a review of treatment in Israel because of the fact that I did not have surgery there - they offered me another option. After examination, my oncourologist said that he considers it inexpedient to immediately do surgery, that it is better to conduct chemoradiation therapy and save the bladder. What was my surprise - I thought I was on my way to surgery. So, of course, I agreed to this non-surgical option. All these procedures I underwent in Israel, so it, of course, cost a lot of money, because we lived with my wife in a rented apartment, and for the procedures I just came to the hospital. To be more precise, I came by bus, because we rented an apartment further away from the clinic - it was cheaper. The coordinators - thanks to them - told me where I could buy food more cheaply, because you can't get far on ready-made food in cafes and restaurants - you can go without money. This is more for tourists who come for a vacation. So my wife cooked for me herself - it was more pleasant and familiar to me. But the main thing is the result: I spent money on additional examination, treatment, accommodation and so on. And I saved my bladder - no one will convince me that an artificial one would have been better. If I had to make that choice again, I would make the same choice.
Daniel Sadeh
Daniel Sadeh
chemotherapy treatment
The feeling that you are in good hands, as always.
Tamar Elyada
Tamar Elyada
chemotherapy treatment
Professionalism, care and attention to detail 10!

About the Doctor

Professor David Sarid is the chief physician of the Department of Prostate Oncology and Radiotherapy at the Sourasky Medical Center (Ichilov), one of the largest medical centers in Israel. Dr. Sarid is the chief physician of the Department of Prostate Oncology and Radiotherapy at the Sourasky (Ichilov) Medical Center, one of the largest medical centers in Israel. 

Dr. Sarid specializes in the use of innovative cancer treatments – immunotherapy and targeted therapy. 

Specialization
  1. oncology:
  • Breast cancer
  • Uterine cancer
  • Ovarian cancer
  • Skin cancer, melanoma
  • Gastrointestinal cancer
  • Bladder cancer
  • Kidney cancer
  • Lung cancer
  • Prostate cancer
  1. immunotherapy
  2. Targeted therapy
Education
  • Dr. Sarid graduated from the State Medical University in 1987.
  • He studied at the Faculty of Medicine at Tel Aviv University and successfully passed the Israeli qualifying exam in 1996.

Advanced training:

  • 2003: Specialization in prostate cancer at Oxford University (UK)
Clinical experience
  • Dr. David Sarid began his medical practice as an internal medicine specialist at N. Kahiani Central Clinical Hospital in Georgia from 1988 to 1996, where he worked for eight years. 
  • From 1997 to 2003, he worked as an oncologist at Sourasky Hospital. 
  • From 2004 to 2006, Dr. Sarid served as Director of the Outpatient Oncology Department at Sourasky Medical Center (Ichilov). 
  • From 2007-2008, he worked as a senior oncologist at Rambam Medical Center. 
  • From 2009 to the present, Dr. David Sarid has been a senior oncologist at Sourasky Medical Center (Ichilov).
Research and teaching activities
  • Prof. Sarid is a leading expert in international scientific groups conducting basic clinical research worldwide.
  • He has authored more than 62 scientific publications in peer-reviewed medical oncology journals, which have been cited more than 856 times. 
  • The professor regularly participates in scientific conferences and has given presentations more than 40 times.
  • Since 2004 he has been a lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine of Tel Aviv University.
Certificates and accreditations
  • The European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) Certification;
  • Certification The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO);
  • Certification of The Israeli Medical Association (IMA).
Membership in professional organizations
  • Israeli Medical Association (IMA);
  • Israeli Society of Clinical Oncology and Radiotherapy (ISCORT);
  • American Society of Clinical Oncologists (ASCO);
  • European Society of Medical Oncologists (ESMO)
  • Chairman of the (GU GENITO)-URINARY group within the National Association of Oncologists.
Clinic where the doctor performs surgeries
Sourasky Medical Center (Ichilov)
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Israel, Tel Aviv