Morse CyberKnife CEO James G. Schwade, M.D. Announces Non-Surgical Treatment With CyberKnife Radiosurgery for Prostate Cancer

Tuesday, September 2, 2008 General News J E 4
MIAMI and PALM BEACH, Fla., Sept. 2 September is ProstateCancer Awareness Month, and the CyberKnife Centers of Miami and Palm Beachannounce a revolutionary new way to treat prostate cancer without surgery andlong treatment courses of radiation. Prostate cancer is the most common formof cancer affecting men in the US.

Morse CyberKnife CEO, James G. Schwade, M.D., says, "for many cases thatare diagnosed early on, CyberKnife radiosurgery may be highly effectivewithout invasive, debilitating surgery or long courses of radiation."

CyberKnife is image guided robotic radiosurgery that precisely targets alesion or tumor and delivers an intense dose of radiation to a very small areakilling the cancer cells within.

It is the mission of the Morse CyberKnife Centers to make the technologyan option available to all cancer patients who might benefit. For moreinformation please visit or call 1-800-279-2900.The CyberKnife treats prostate cancer in the following manner: -- Outpatient status -- Non-invasive -- Less pain and side effect than most alternatives -- Complete treatment in 3-5 visits, each usually no longer than 1.5 hrs -- Minimum radiation to surrounding normal areas

SOURCE Morse CyberKnife


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