Robots Are The Future – And The Future Is Now
Robotic assisted surgery (RAS) has opened a new frontier of surgery, giving surgeons the ability to peer deeper into the human anatomy and reach areas of the body with a degree of precision beyond human capability.
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A Taiwanese study found that men undergoing robot-assisted surgery for prostate cancer had better outcomes than those receiving traditional procedures.
Though the FDA has approved robotic assisted surgery for many procedures, the US agency cautions that safety and efficacy of the technology has not been well-established for cancer-related surgeries, particularly mastectomies.