Robotic Prostatectomy Gains Momentum as New Study Shows Low Complication Rate

NEW BRUNSWICK – While sharp debate continues among medical professionals as to whether a radical prostatectomy performed with the assistance of a robotic device is more beneficial than the traditional open surgery method, research just published by investigators at The Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ) shows new evidence supporting the safety of the robotic procedure – including what is believed to be one of the lowest complication rates to date.

Torres Departs On Three-Month Deployment

SAN DIEGO, Calif. –Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Raymond Torres, son of Lillian I. and Ramon L. Torres of Carteret, along with 1, 000 fellow sailors and Marines on USS New Orleans (LPD-18), home ported in San Diego, Calif. recently embarked on a scheduled three-month deployment in support of Southern Partnership Station (SPS).

Bustamante Reports For Duty

OKINAWA, Japan — Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Elio M. Bustamante, son of Ezzio A. Bustamante, of Elizabeth, recently reported for duty with Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 152, Marine Aircraft Group 36, Okinawa, Japan.