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It is not unusual for these patients to relapse following attempted curative treatment. For these recurrent cancers, CyberKnife® radiosurgery offers a new treatment alternative especially to patients, who have traditionally had very few remaining options.
Liver cancer - While surgical resection remains the best treatment for operable primary liver cancer (hepatocellular carcinoma, cholangiocarcinoma), in the event of multiplicity, CyberKnife® is an option worth considering. Sparing adequate remaining liver function may be achievable with this modality of stereotactic radiosurgery, particularly in patients with some degree of cirrhosis.
Metastatic liver - If not easily resectable, are treatable with CyberKnife®
Pancreatic cancer - The CyberKnife® System has been used to treat pancreatic cancer in patients who are poor surgical candidates, those who refuse surgery and in patients for whom surgery or other treatments have failed. Two clinical studies from Stanford University have shown the growth of pancreatic tumours in patients with advanced disease has been controlled by CyberKnife® radiosurgery.
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