Research Proving Path of Easiest Recovery for Cancer Patients

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In its October 2009 issue, Columbus C.E.O. magazine is highlighting the work of researchers at The Ohio State Comprehensive Cancer Center–James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute as they compare the use of robotic and laparoscopic surgery to treat uterine cancer. The research has showed that patients who have minimally invasive, robotic-assisted hysterectomies tend to have quicker surgeries and shorter hospital stays than patients who have laparoscopic procedures. The study was published in the journal Gynecologic Oncology.

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