IN FOCUS WITH MARTIN SHEEN to Explore Minimally Invasive Surgical Innovations

October 8
6:42 2012

IN FOCUS WITH MARTIN SHEEN to Explore Minimally Invasive Surgical Innovations

The producers of In Focus with Martin Sheen have announced an upcoming series of reports exploring minimally invasive surgical techniques that are giving patients an improved prognosis after a variety of procedures.

In Focus with Martin Sheen is an independently produced television program airing in markets around the country. The show is hosted by the legendary Martin Sheen. Over the last 50 years Mr. Sheen has become one of the most well known and respected actors in Hollywood. He has more than 60 films to his credit in addition to several television roles including hosting In Focus PBS. The TV show takes a look at several medical innovations that are changing the medical field in including new surgical techniques that are making recovery easier for patients.

In Focus Martin Sheen is taking a look at how medical researchers are developing new and innovative ways to perform a variety of surgical procedures that are improving the patient’s prognosis by being less traumatic and allowing quicker recovery times. Pediatric brain surgery, endonasal surgery and neuroendoport surgery are showing results for patients with serious conditions. These new procedures are giving people better odds when they have surgeries that used to produce a large amount of trauma to the brain. These new precision techniques are helping many people return to their normal lives after very serious and often life-threatening conditions.

For more information about the reports or to offer other ideas related to this topic, In Focus with Martin Sheen can be reached through the show’s official website at or on Facebook at


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