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Dr. Timothy Phelan helps fifth-grader Hunter McGee manipulate the da Vinci Surgical System’s robotic arms. Hunter won the Mercy Folsom contest to name the robot and was honored during a special event Wednesday morning. Village Life photo by Noel Stack

Dr. Timothy Phelan helps fifth-grader Hunter McGee manipulate the da Vinci Surgical System's robotic arms. Hunter won the Mercy Folsom contest to name the robot and was honored during a special event Wednesday morning. Village Life photo by Noel Stack
Oak Meadow Elementary student Hunter McGee, 10, stands by Surgeo, the robotic operating system he named at Mercy Folsom. Village Life photo by Noel Stack
The da Vinci Surgical System's three small robotic arms operated remotely by a Hunter make precise movements. When a surgeon uses this technology the results are smaller, more precise incisions, less pain and quicker recovery time for patients. Village Life photo by Noel Stack

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