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Dr. Linehan on advancements in minimally invasive and robotic technologies

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“I think in specialized cases, especially for patients [who] need focal therapy or want focal therapy, or [for whom] you're really trying to minimize any nerve damage or urethral damage…these are excellent therapies,” says Jennifer Linehan, MD.

In this video, Jennifer Linehan, MD, discusses what advancements she foresees in minimally invasive and robotic technologies and how they should be applied to the urologic oncology patient population. Linehan is an associate professor of urology and urologic oncology at the John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California.

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