CyberKnife Radiosurgery Program at Boston Medical Center

CyberKnife System

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What is CyberKnife?
CyberKnife is a noninvasive alternative to surgery for many patients and offers new hope to those who have been diagnosed with a benign or malignant tumor.

How Does CyberKnife Work?
Because of its unsurpassed maneuverability and robotic design, CyberKnife can emit radiation from virtually any direction to conform to the unique shape of any tumor. This is significantly different from conventional radiation therapy that delivers more radiation to healthy tissue surrounding the tumor.

CyberKnife vs. Other Treatments
Boston Medical Center's CyberKnife treatment can be a more effective and less invasive alternative to both conventional radiation therapy and surgery.

Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to frequently asked questions about CyberKnife at Boston Medical Center.

Contact Us

Call: 800.841.4325


Treatment Location

Boston Medical Center
Radiation Oncology
Moakley Building
830 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA 02118


Refer a Patient

Call: 800.841.4325


Learn More

Quick Links

Directions to BMC
BMC Campus Virtual Tour
CyberKnife Patient Support Group
CyberKnife Coalition
CyberKnife Society
Accuray, Inc.
Radiation Oncology Home

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BMC Campus Map
Patient Information Guide