World-Renowned Fibroid Specialist, Dr. Bruce Lee Appears on "The Doctors"
Rox Fibroid Treatment Center is pleased to announce that Dr. Bruce B. Lee, inventor of the Acessa Procedure, a new, safe, FDA cleared procedure to treat Uterine Fibroid Tumors, will be on the TV show, THE DOCTORS.
Beverly Hills, CA, April 20, 2015 (Newswire.com) - The Rox Fibroid Treatment Center is excited to announce that Dr. Bruce B. Lee, founder and inventor of the Acessa Procedure - a new, cutting-edge FDA approved treatment for uterine fibroid tumors, will be on the TV show THE DOCTORS, Monday, April 20th.
Dr. Lee's invention, the Acessa Procedure, is a life-changer for women with fibroids.
It is a minimally invasive, outpatient procedure that allows the return to work in a matter of days. It not only effectively and safely treats the fibroids, but allows a woman to keep her uterus and her fertility.
The symptoms of fibroids can be absolutely debilitating for women. Up until now, many women have been forced to endure the symptoms, or have a hysterectomy.
Many women are unaware that this procedure is an option.
Tune in to THE DOCTORS this Monday April 20th and observe Dr. Bruce Lee perform the procedure for the first time on National Television.
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ABOUT DR. BRUCE LEE:
Dr. Lee is a board certified gynecologist with twenty nine years of clinical and research experience. He is the inventor and world’s leading practitioner of Acessa, the safe, effective, Federal Drug Administration-approved alternative to hysterectomy and myomectomy. He has helped establish two new Los Angeles-area medical centers dedicated exclusively to this life-changing treatment – the Center for Uterine Fibroid Treatment at Southern California Hospital at Culver City and Rox Fibroid Treatment Center at Roxbury Surgical Associates in Beverly Hills.
Using the Acessa Procedure, Dr. Lee has treated six thousand fibroid tumors in over 500 patients. In 2005, he cofounded Halt Medical, Inc which was created to design, develop, and manufacture new instrumentation specifically for the Acessa Procedure. While Chief Medical Officer, he worked with a dedicated team of engineers to design the Fibroid Ablation System, oversaw phase 2 and phase 3 clinical trials, designed and produced the Acessa teaching methodology and instruction materials, and authored multiple peer review articles. Since 2008, he has instructed physicians in the performance of Acessa in Canada (Vancouver, Toronto, Regina), Germany (Tubingen), Mexico (Monterrey), Guatemala (Guatemala City) and in hospitals and universities in 13 U.S. states.
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