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CyberKnife: State-of-the-art Tumor Treatment at Boston Medical Center

BMC’s Cyberknife is the most advanced radiosurgery system to treat inoperable or hard-to-reach tumors in the head, neck, spine, pancreas, lung and liver. CyberKnife offers new hope to patients who have malignant tumors or fast growing benign tumors that may be difficult to remove or otherwise inoperable because of the risks associated with surgery.

  • Expert care. BMC’s team of physicians – specially trained to use CyberKnife – have collectively performed more than 2000 radiosurgery cases to treat patients with a variety of inoperable or difficult-to-reach tumors.

  • Patient-focused approach. Every patient receives focused attention of clinical staff with clinical experience and expertise to treat most difficult cases devoted to thorough, prompt evaluation and treatment planning.

  • Multidisciplinary collaboration. BMC’s CyberKnife team includes collaborative team of specialists including neurosurgeons, thoracic surgeons, otolaryngologists, surgical oncologists and radiation oncologists. Patients receive the optimum benefit from innovative technology applied by a team of specialists uniquely skilled in caring for that patient’s condition.

Lisa Kachnic, MD, discusses the Cyberknife Robotic Radiosurgery System.

Email CyberKnifeInquiry@bmc.org or call 877.930.2288 (toll-free) to learn more.

Visit http://bmc.org/cyber-knife/overview.htm for more information about BMC’s advanced CyberKnife technology.

View short video where BMC’s Chief of Radiation Oncology, Lisa Kachnic, MD, discusses the CyberKnife System.

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