The Martini Principle: Redefining quality in prostate cancer surgery

Outcomes of prostate cancer surgery vary sharply. Is that inevitable? No.

Philipp Grätzel von Grätz
Published on 22. September 2020

Hartwig Huland and his team at Hamburg’s Martini-Klinik consistently reach such impressively good results that hospital managers from all over the world pilgrimage to Hamburg these days. And here is how they did it.

The high-volume clinic carries out almost 2,500 radical prostatectomies every year.
AI-powered guidance systems belong to the age of precision medicine.

By Philipp Grätzel von Grätz

Philipp Grätzel von Grätz lives and works as a freelance medical journalist in Berlin. His specialties are digitalization, technology, and cardiovascular therapy.