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Intuitive Surgical: Making Robotics Real

Executive Summary

The notion of highly-articulating robots informs virtually every futuristic vision of our health care system. But actual adoption has taken a long time, as skeptics point to surgeon resistance and concerns about costs. Still, Intuitive Surgical has been impressing everyone with its success in placing its daVinci robotics system and has even won over that most-demanding of constituents: public investors.

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