Battle in Silicon Valley: Device makers trade barbs in the fight to gain share in robot assisted procedures

August 15, 2012 by Arezu Sarvestani

The best way to beat Intuitive Surgical out of the corner it has on the prostate cancer treatment market is by amping up the aggression, radiosurgery veteran and Varian chief medical officer John Adler tells MassDevice.com.

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Radiosurgery innovator and medtech veteran John Adler is ready for a fight.

The outspoken inventor of Accuray's (NSDQ:ARAY) CyberKnife system, as well as the company's founder and former CEO, Adler is an evangelist for radiosurgery and its potential in a variety of applications.

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