Robotic trained surgeons at Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia presented a new and novel approach to surgically treat urothelial cancer (in the lining of the bladder or kidney) today at the American Urological Association's Annual Meeting. Using da Vinci(R) robot-assisted technology, urologic cancer surgeons perform complicated urologic cases using minimally invasive surgery.
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