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    First of its Kind in North Texas: Scarless Robotic Hysterectomy at Medical City Dallas Hospital
    May 22, 2013

    A surgical team at Medical City performed the first single site hysterectomy using the da Vinci robot on May 9. The patient’s uterus, ovaries and cervix were removed after Medical City’s Dr. Thomas Heffernan made one tiny incision in the belly button. The procedure is virtually scarless, due to the natural appearance of the navel. Traditional robotic surgeries require three to four small incisions. Dr. Heffernan is one of a small group of surgeons in the nation, and one of only two in Texas, who is trained to perform the single-site robotic surgery. Benefits of the surgery include minimal pain, low blood loss, and a typical hospital stay of 24 hours. This particular patient took two-mile walks just days after the surgery.

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    Littleton Adventist Hospital RoboticsTour

    Published on Mar 21, 2013

    Robotic-assisted surgery offers you many benefits:
    Significantly less pain,
    Less blood loss and scarring,
    Shorter recovery time, and better results

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    Article "Cancer drug development time halved thanks to artificial intelligence"
    Artificial intelligence has halved the time it has taken to bring a cancer combatting drug to market, start-up claims

    by Ian Douglas
    October 9, 2015

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    Article "Artificial Intelligence Offers a Better Way to Diagnose Malaria"
    An algorithm for spotting malaria under the microscope could bring accurate, rapid diagnosis to understaffed areas.

    by Anna Nowogrodzki
    February 10, 2016

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    Article "Google handed patients' files without permission: Up to 1.6 million records - including names and medical history - passed on in NHS deal with web giant"
    Google agrees new data share deal with Royal Free NHS Trust in London
    Internet giant is developing new app to help care for kidney patients
    But Google can access complete medical records - not just kidney data
    Campaigners unhappy Google will have free access to all patient records

    by Sophie Borland
    May 3, 2016

    Google Inc.

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