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How AI-Powered Imaging And Robotics Will Transform Cancer Surgery

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The combination of A.I.-powered imaging and precision robotics is helping surgeons remove cancerous tissue while preserving surrounding healthy tissue. This improves surgical outcomes for cancer patients while providing a significant reduction in complications such as disease recurrence, and lowering repeat procedures.

Join this fireside chat to hear from three leaders at the forefront of the effort to transform cancer surgery:

  • Vipul Patel, MD, FACS: Director of the Global Robotics Institute at AdventHealth Celebration and medical director of their Cancer Institute Urologic Oncology Program
  • Amit Hazan: Former Managing Director at Goldman Sachs, where he was head of the medical technology equity research team
  • Alan Kersey: CEO of CytoVeris, a company developing AI-powered imaging technology for real-time tissue visualization

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