Philip R. Schauer, MD, FACS, discusses innovations, hot topics, and controversies covered in the sessions of this year’s Minimally Invasive Surgery Symposium, held in Las Vegas. In addition to highlighting what’s new this year, Dr. Schauer also spoke about plans for next year’s meeting and what makes the MISS unique and valuable to attendees.
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