Intensity modulated radiation therapy is a type of advanced radiation therapy that treats cancer and tumors.
Image-guided radiation therapy is the use of imaging technology during radiation therapy that improves the accuracy of treatment.
Cancer treatment using radiation beams to perfectly match tumor shapes, target the cancer cells and preserve healthy tissue.
A process involving high-energy radiation. Beams such as protons or electrons destroy cancer cells in the treatment area.
A CT scan of the part of your body that needs radiation to help develop an accurate treatment plan.
Traditional radiation therapy uses the external beams of X-rays and electrons to shrink tumors and kill cancerous cells.
An extensive consultation reviewing your medical records to determine if radiation is the right choice for you.
Specialized medical care that helps provide patients relief from the stress and symptoms of serious illnesses.
Emotional support group specifically for cancer patients to share feelings and learn from others with similar experiences.