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Technology: The Great Gender Equalizer

“One of the most powerful equalizers in any system is technology, and as medical equipment manufacturers work to improve their positions in an increasingly competitive and outcomes-based marketplace, some are considering the specific needs of women in their product development,” writes Matthew N. Skoufalos in his cover story for MedicalDealer Technology: The Great Gender Equalizer…

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Mimic Joins Dr. Vipul Patel at the 2014 Celebration of Life Gala in Support of Prostate Cancer Research

Mimic Technologies was proud to join Dr. Vipul Patel and The International Prostate Cancer Foundation during the annual Celebration of Life Gala benefiting the International Prostate Cancer Foundation and the Florida Hospital Prostate Cancer Program. Dr. Vipul Patel’s dream of creating a prostate cancer foundation to promote research, educate men and encourage prostate screening was…

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Medical Robotics Technology Fair: First Advanced STEM Event for College and High School Students in Central Florida

A group of non-profit organizations led by the Mt. Sinai Education Committee collaborated with medical robotic companies, local universities, colleges and high schools to conduct the first advanced STEM medical robotics fair at the state-of-the-art Nicholson Center in Celebration, FL. This fair is the first of its kind to have students “operate” on synthetic LifeLike…

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All in Your Head?

No woman should have to suffer the pain of endometriosis.  At Mimic Technologies, part of our social mission is to create awareness of diseases that can be treated through robotic surgery. We commend the surgeons who are well trained in order to heal women of this devastating disease. The following is a Guest Blog Post…

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Hospitals boost robotic surgery but training lags

Mimic Technologies was featured in the April 27, 2012  San Francisco Business Times article by Chris Rauber titled “Hospitals boost robotic surgery but training lags”. According to the article, “Robotic surgery is already being used for hundreds of thousands of surgeries a year, but concerns are rising about a lack of standards for training that…

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