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Swedish Robotic-Assisted Surgical Program Grows, Continues to Gain Momentum

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Swedish Adds Third da Vinci Si HD Robot and Now Has the Fastest Growing, Most Experienced Robotic-Assisted Surgical Program in the Pacific Northwest

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KCPQ TV Airs Story on Lung Cancer Awareness Featuring Swedish-Affiliated Thoracic Surgeon

Swedish News
SEATTLE, Dec. 2, 2009 -- In light of November having been Lung Cancer Awareness Month, KCPQ Television (Channel 13; FOX) aired a story about the deadly disease on Dec. 1 that featured interviews with Swedish-affiliated thoracic surgeon Ralph Aye, M.D., and one of his local lung-cancer patien...

Swedish Esophageal Cancer Program Surgeon Interviewed for Seattle Times Article on Local High-School Volleyball Player Facing Adversity

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SEATTLE, Oct. 20, 2009 -- The Seattle Times published a story in today's issue about Kennedy Catholic high-school volleyball standout -- and Seamount League MVP candidate -- Jennica McPherson, who is scheduled to have surgery next week to remove a cancerous tumor in the 16-year-old's lung.Luck...

KING TV Airs Story on Surgical Procedure Swedish Offers to Stop Excessive Sweating

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SEATTLE, Oct. 10, 2009 -- Nearly eight million Americans have a problem that makes them sweat so much it's embarrassing. No amount of antiperspirant or powder is strong enough to stop it, but there's a surgical procedure that can help.Essential hyperhidrosis is a condition marked by abnormal, ...
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