New ‘GPS’ Surgical Device That Locates Tumor With Non-Radioactive Reflectors

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Dr. Alice Police of the UC Irvine Health Pacific Breast Care Center talks about an innovative technology that is helping surgeons better locate and remove tumors for early-stage breast cancer patients undergoing lumpectomies. The technology is called Savi Scout. Police also reviews several other devices that are helping doctors and patients. This segment appeared on the KTLA 5 Morning News on Oct. 8, 2015.

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