Oncologists use robots to fight cancer
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Last year, Jean Stuetzle, 92, learned she had lung cancer and was given few options to make her well again. Then, she visited radiation oncologist Ro...
Last year, Jean Stuetzle, 92, learned she had lung cancer and was given few options to make her well again. Then, she visited radiation oncologist Robert Sinha at El Camino Hospital in Silicon Valley. He told Jean about CyberKnife, a non-invasive procedure that uses a robot and targeted radiation to eliminate cancerous tumors. SmartPlanet looks at the new technology and how it's working on cancer patients like Stuetzle.
Mar 22, 2011
Looks to me as though theorizing about managing a smart grid is where the time will be spent. We continue on with Trickle Down economics on the grandest scale imaginable -- indivicuals at the top will have billions, but their companies will be funded by you and me for decades as they shift their private debt to the public.kral oyun
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I would like the videos to be presented in print as well as video, then everyone would be happy. Keep in mind, that in an office setting, a video can be very disruptive..........this is one reason for having both video and print.
I don't wish to see these stories in videos rather than text. It is a waste of time for me to watch a video on the offchance that I might like it - give me text that I can skip the bits I don't want to read!