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Proton Therapy

Proton therapy is a form of radiation treatment.

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Brain Cancer

There are many different brain tumors, and your treatment will be determined by the type, size, location, and spread of the tumor. Our goal is to facilitate healing and relieve your discomfort.

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Central Nervous System Lymphoma

This cancer starts in the lymphatic system and may spread to the brain, spinal cord, and eyes.

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Pituitary Tumors

Pituitary tumors typically grow slowly and do not spread. Our specialists may recommend surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, observation, or a combination of treatments.

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Spinal Tumors

Our goal when treating your spinal tumor is to reduce nerve damage from pressure on the spinal cord. Your personalized treatment plan may include steroids, surgery and radiation therapy.

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Acoustic Neuroma

This usually slow-growing tumor is not cancerous. Our specialists may recommend radiation, surgery or observation as the best course of treatment for you.

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Esophageal Cancer

Our multidisciplinary team of medical, surgical, and radiation oncologists will develop an individualized treatment plan that includes the removal of the esophageal cancer tumor.

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Lung Cancer

Our team of specialized and highly trained doctors will develop a treatment plan personalized to treat your particular lung cancer.

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Stereotactic Radiosurgery

This complex procedure delivers targeted, high doses of radiation to brain tumors while sparing healthy, surrounding tissue. Stereotactic radiosurgery may be beneficial to patients who are unable to have surgery.

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Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy

This non-surgical therapy enables the physician to precision target difficult to reach tumors in the body. For some patients, only one treatment is required.

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Pediatric Proton Therapy

Proton treatment for children is now available at the Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center Proton Therapy Center.

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