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Tag: robotic surgery


Surgeon blogs that robotic surgery is all hype and no substance


Cyberknife for prostate cancer “still developing and can’t stand on its feet”


Wisconsin hospitals with robots double prostate removals within 3 months


Robotic surgery: good studies of effectiveness “never been done…not going to magically appear now”


First, do no harm – as applied to unproven medical technologies


Small town, small hospital example of how robotic surgery is promoted


Hospital websites hype robotic surgery, ignore risks, influenced by manufacturer


Urologists’ report: more prostate cancer surgery driven by more robotic procedures