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“Outlook” with “Ben Kingsley” Features Programming Discussing the Role of Nanotechnology in Medicine
Date:7/19/2013

(PRWEB) July 19, 2013

Each year, millions of Americans go “under the knife” to surgically correct a multitude of problems, whether it’s related to an illness, disease, or injury. These procedures are oftentimes major and invasive, requiring work on critical organs and later requiring long recovery times and specific treatment plans. While advances in instrumentation and diagnostics have continued to make surgery easier for the physicians and the patients, the implementation of nanotechnology, or microscopic robotics, could be the next major movement in the surgical fields. By utilizing “smart” devices that can barely be seen by the naked eye, doctors could potentially have the ability to correct certain ailments without even making an incision.

The “Outlook with Ben Kingsley” program will be partnering with the innovators on the forefront of this revolution, along with doctors who can apply this technology, in efforts to create programming that adequately conveys these possibilities to consumers and patients. By eliminating the need for certain surgical procedures, patients can live happier and healthier lives with far lower risk.

“Outlook with Ben Kingsley” provides non-commercial television programming to Public Television nationwide, and features educational stories from around the globe. These segments are distributed directly to the Public Television stations.

“Outlook” is not affiliated with PBS, and is independently produced and distributed. For more information on “Outlook”, or to inquire about participation in the series, visit http://www.outlooktelevision.com or email info(at)outlooktelevision(dot)com.

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