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Advanced surgical approaches may benefit elderly patients with colorectal, bladder cancers

Advanced surgical techniques such as robotic-assisted operations and minimally invasive surgical procedures may extend survival and improve recovery in octogenarians with bladder and colorectal cancers when compared with patients who undergo conventional open operations according to two new studies presented at the 2012 Annual Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons.

Boston University… Advanced surgical approaches may benefit elderly patients with colorectal, bladder cancers   



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