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Dr. Samadi Discusses Robotic-Assisted Prostate Cancer Surgery on Good Day New York

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Fox 5, 4:29

Dr. David Samadi discusses the benefits of robotic-assisted prostate cancer surgery on Good Day New York. Also referred to as a robotic prostatectomy, the surgery treats prostate cancer by removing the prostate from the patient's body. Advancements in robotics technology have allowed for this to be done with major benefits over traditional open and laparoscopic treatment options, including shorter operation times, shorter hospital stays, minimal blood loss, and less risk to the delicate nerves around the prostate that control continence and sexual function.

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