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Largest studies to date of robotic-assisted gynecologic surgery find fewer complications

Christina Spence of Knightdale, N.C., was diagnosed with uterine cancer. In November of 2007 the 54-year-old underwent robotic-assisted radical hysterectomy at UNC during which a number of lymph nodes were removed. Spence said she was “amazed” that the level of pain she expected to experience after the surgery, “just wasn’t there….”

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