When Vincent was diagnosed with stage 2 prostate cancer, his doctor and urologist urged him to see the Robotics surgical team at Mount Sinai. We came highly recommended because we are pioneering an advanced technique. At most hospitals, the surgeon sends a biopsy to the lab and has to wait seven days or more to know if all the cancer was excised.
Mount Sinai is one of the few hospitals in the United States to use comprehensive real-time pathology, which gives the surgeons lab results before they complete the procedure. And likewise, they know if the surgery was successful before it is over, not a week later. This allows for a much more precise surgery with less nerve damage and a much lower risk of sexual dysfunction and incontinence. Because when it comes to prostate cancer surgery, you want to know if you are done operating before you are done operating.
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