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Your next heart surgery could be performed by a robot

Many people who suffer from CVDs rely on surgery to treat their disease. Image: REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Nikita Rathod

Communications and Events Officer, Imperial College London

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The platform developed by the Hamlyn Centre team. Image: Giulio Dagnino, Dennis Kundrat, Trevor M. Y. Kwok, Mohamed E. M. K. Abdelaziz, Marco Pupillo, Wenqiang Chi, Anh Nguyen, Celia Riga, Guang-Zhong Yang)

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