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American Cancer Society 2015 Cancer Statistics for Oklahoma

 

Each year, the American Cancer Society releases an annual report highlighting projections and forecasts in the cancer industry regarding estimated numbers of new cases and deaths, current cancer incidence, mortality, and survival statistics and other information on symptoms, risks, early detection methods and treatment options. In 2015, there will be an estimated 1,658,370 new cancer […]

 

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When Cancer Comes Back: Frequently Asked Questions

 

When facing a recurrent cancer diagnosis, you may have questions about how or why your cancer has come back. While it’€™s important to have your doctor explain your individual diagnosis in detail, you can read below for answers to some commonly asked questions about recurrent cancer: What is recurrent cancer? According to the American Cancer Society, […]

 

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CyberKnife for Metastatic Liver Cancer

 

The liver is the largest organ in the body. Liver cancer starts in the liver and can spread to other organs in the body. Patients with liver cancer typically don’t show symptoms until the disease is beyond the primary stage and the cancer has advanced and spread to other parts of the body. When this […]

 

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New Research: 10-Year Study Supports Effectiveness of SBRT for Early-Stage Lung Cancer

 

Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic recently released data from a decade-long study that followed long-term toxicity results in patients treated with stereotactic body radiation therapy for medically inoperable, early-stage lung cancer.  Over this ten-year period, 300 patients and a total of 340 lesions were treated with SBRT. The collected data showed that only 13 percent […]

 

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Recurrent Cancer: How Can CyberKnife Help?

 

When cancer comes back, you may feel fear and wonder what options you have. As cancer treatment technologies have evolved, patients can now feel hopeful about the treatment options available to them. Doctors are finding more ways to combine treatment approaches that target the cancer while reducing treatment times and minimizing side effects for patients […]

 

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Words from our Patients: Metastatic Cancer Patient Testimonial

 

 

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Dr. Heaton Discusses Metastatic Cancer on Good Day Tulsa

 

 

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Infographic: Metastatic Cancer

 

Oklahoma CyberKnife Upgrades Their CyberKnife® Robotic Radiosurgery System As part of their commitment to ensure patients are treated with the most advanced technology available, Oklahoma CyberKnife recently upgraded their CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System.   The CyberKnife System was upgraded from the 8.5 version to the 10.5 version, with extra features added including the Storage Vault, […]

 

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When Cancer Comes Back

 

My cancer came back.  Four words that no one ever wants to say, or hear a loved one say.   They fought the battle once and now their cancer is back and in a new location in their body.  Metastatic cancer is a cancer that has spread from the place where it first started, to […]

 

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What is Metastatic Cancer?

 

Metastatic cancer occurs when cancerous cells spread from a primary cancer site to other parts of the body. Despite spreading to another location within the body, the cancer is considered an extension of the original tumor. For example, lung cancer that spreads to the liver is considered metastatic lung cancer. Metastatic cancers are difficult to […]

 

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