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The surgeons at Santis have been featured in The Times, The Daily Mail and the BBC amongst many others, and continue to be approached regularly for their opinion and expertise in the field of robotic radical prostatectomy. We’ve collected some of their recent media appearances here.

If you work in the media and would like to be introduced to one of our surgeons for a publication or appearance, please email info@santishealth.org.

“TRoMbone prostate cancer trial”

Published 20 Dec 2017

P Soori is interviewed about the new TRoMbone prostate cancer trial he is pioneering in London, which is investigating new treatment for men with prostate cancer that has grown beyond the prostate itself.

 

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“Robots give surgeons a new approach to prostate cancer”

Published 18 Dec 2017

Professor Christopher Eden discusses the advent of Retzius-sparing robotic radical prostatectomy and how it is transforming continence rates in his patients.

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“Prostate cancer patients to be offered life-saving operations on NHS for the first time”

Published 11 Dec 2017

P Soori is interviewed by the Evening Standard about his trial involving all three Santis surgeons that hopes to offer much improved outcomes for men with metastatic prostate cancer.

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“Revealed: how robots have saved lives of 500 men in London battling deadly prostate cancer”

Published 24 Nov 2017

Santis surgeon P Soori talks about the benefits of using the da Vinci robot, which has enabled him to perform more than 150 radical prostatectomies a year.

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“New surgery for prostate cancer can cut the chance of incontinence: Operation that approaches the gland from a different angle reduces the risk”

Published 14 Nov 2017

Professor Eden shares the story of Mr. Steve Gregory and his successful Retzius-sparing robotic radical prostatectomy.

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