Alan Demby, MD

Alan Demby, MD
Eastside Urology Assoc 2121 E Flamingo Rd Ste 204 Las Vegas, NV 89119

Alan Demby, MD

Alan Demby, MD practices as a Urologist in Las Vegas, NV.Alan Demby, MD graduated from Univ Of Miami Sch Of Med, Miami Fl 33101.
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Education Univ Of Miami Sch Of Med, Miami Fl 33101
Training Univ Ca San Diego Med Ctr, Urology; Washington Hosp Ctr, General Surgery
Services Alan Demby, MD provides urology services in Las Vegas, NV. A Urologist is trained to diagnose, treat and manage diseases of the urinary tract and male reproductive system, including prostatitis, kidney stones and urinary tract infections.

Please call Eastside Urology Assoc at (619) 543-5904 to schedule an appointment in Las Vegas, NV or to get more information.
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PSA=4.7. My family physician felt an hard area in my prostate. Repeat PSA= 4.7. Dr Demby did a biopsy and it showed about one half the samples showing cancer. Prostate removed June 2002. The very next PSA test showed a reading (where it should have been "zero.") Prostate had been sliced and put on slides and sent to lab. Lab reported "no cancer" on slides. Other slides were prepared and sent to a different lab. Second lab reported "no cancer," on slides. Over the next four years my PSA increased, reaching 1.97 on 6/24/2008. Dr Demby recommended radiation. We went to Cedars Sinai for a second opinion. That second opinion was: "Absolutely no radiation, without hormone therapy first." We transferred healthcare to Cedars. After one year of hormone therapy (three shots, to shrink the size of the cancer) I was supposed to go to Los Angeles for radiation on a (new style) machine that was only available in Los Angles. A re-check of Las Vegas radiation doctors showed that one clinic in Las Vegas that had just had one of these new radiation machines installed. I received 44 radiation treatments there. PSA has read "zero" ever since (2016). So, my experience with this doctor (Demby) is that he failed to remove all of the cancerous prostate. Then to compound this error, he was going to send me for radiation "without" doing hormone treatment first (on an "old" style machine that was not the "best available.") Thank goodness for "up to date doctors and equipment" at Cedars Sinai. There is an old story which asks: "If you are a tourist in Las Vegas and you get seriously sick, where should you go? The answer is: "The airport." We wish we had heard this story before having my prostate removed by Doctor Demby.
by Fred
December 31, 2016