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Prostate cancer patients treated with robotic-assisted surgery can expect low recurrence of cancer

A first-ever, long-term study of patients who underwent robot-assisted surgery to remove their cancerous prostates found that nearly 87 percent of them had no recurrence of the disease after five years.

The findings were reported in this month’s issue of the European Urology journal by a team of Henry Ford Hospital researchers led by… Prostate cancer patients treated with robotic-assisted surgery can expect low recurrence of cancer   



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