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Targeting Bladder Cancer With Robotic Surgery

Scripps is transforming surgical medicine

Steve Jamison turned to Carol Salem, medical director of Scripps Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgery Program, to discuss treatment options when he faced a diagnosis of bladder cancer. Robotic surgery allowed Dr. Salem to remove the diseased organ and create a new bladder from a section of intestine, then placed back into his body – all with minimal incisions and blood loss. See the surgical robot in action.

Learn more about how Scripps is transforming medicine.

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