Dr. Marc R. Katz says using a robotic system to do mitral valve repairs allows him to go through muscle instead of the breastbone, and cameras give him 3-D vision magnified 10 to 15 times during the procedure.
Gabe Cade had a rare condition that caused a tumor so big, it could be seen through his skin.
Nancy DeMore, M.D. teamed up with Clemson engineering students to work on a device that will improve patient experience and lower costs.
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