With Andrew Left of Citron's recent bearish report on Intuitive Surgical inspiring somewhat of a panicked sell-off of Intuitive shares, Motley Fool health-care bureau chief Brenton Flynn, who disagrees with Left, takes a moment in the following video to speculate: If Intuitive and competitor MAKO Surgical were to disappear and medical robots were marginalized, what are some ways investors could profit? Brenton gives two picks to watch.
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