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Community Conversation on Prostate Cancer Education

Columbus CyberKnife is proud to be a sponsor of the Community Conversation on Prostate Cancer Education. This free community event will give an overview on prostate cancer and informed decision making for testing, active surveillance, treatment options, and management of side effects for all phases of prostate cancer from newly diagnosed to advanced.

Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy Shows 98 Percent Prostate Cancer Cure

According to researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center, a five-year study shows that stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) offers a higher cure rate for prostate cancer than more traditional approaches.

Prostate Cancer Treated More Aggressively in the City

According to a recent study published in the journal Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases, urban men with localized prostate cancer may be more likely to get surgery or radiation than their rural peers.

Fight of My Life

Watch Columbus CyberKnife's commercial and learn how the state-of-the-art CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System is here to help you win in the fight against cancer.

Do These Three Things to Help Prevent Cancer

If your New Year’s resolution to get fit and healthy is already losing steam, February, which is National Cancer Prevention Month, is a great time to give yourself a second chance. Renew your efforts to make healthier choices by learning what you can do to help reduce your cancer risk.

Study Found Proteins in Urine Can Indicate Pancreatic Cancer

According to a recent study, published in Clinical Cancer Research, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research, researchers have found three proteins in urine that indicate early stage pancreatic cancer.

Treating Pancreatic Cancer with CyberKnife Technology

According to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, a nationwide network of people dedicated to working together to advance research, support patients and create hope for those affected by pancreatic cancer, pancreatic cancer has the highest mortality rate of all major cancers. It is also one of the few cancers for which survival has not improved substantially over nearly 40 years.