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Robotic surgery tested at centre

Robotic arms

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A £2m device which carries out robotic surgery is being pioneered in Oxford.

The dual-console instrument, which is the only one of its kind in the UK, is used by surgeons to carry out precise keyhole surgery.

It's unique design allows surgeons at the Oxford Cancer Centre to train others more quickly and safer than ever before.


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