Dusty Griffith: Robotic surgery helped me recover from prostate cancer.

Dusty Griffith was getting up several times during the night to use the restroom. Shortly after he consulted with his doctor, he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. At his local Baylor Medical Center, Dusty underwent a robotic-assisted prostatectomy, a minimally invasive procedure that offers less pain and blood loss. Because of the precision of the technology, damage to the nerves and blood vessels surrounding the prostate gland is minimized, and bladder and sexual function can often be preserved. "I chose Baylor because of the robotic technology. I wanted to get the cancer out of my body in the manner that would allow me to recover faster and get on with my life."