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Patient Resources: AVM Survivors Network

 

For patients seeking support for a new diagnosis, building relationships with other patients and hearing from survivors can be a motivational and uplifting experience. The AVM Survivors Network is a support group for patients with arteriovenous malformations, or defects to the circulatory system commonly found in the brain and spinal cord. The network aims to […]

 

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Austin CyberKnife shares recommendations for reducing risk of prostate cancer

 

September is National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and Austin CyberKnife aims to educate local men on the disease. Dr. Doug Rivera, medical director of Austin CyberKnife, recommends the following steps to reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer and educate oneself in the event of a diagnosis: Exercise and eat healthy. Recent studies have shown […]

 

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Blog for a Cure: Influential Lung Cancer Blogs

 

Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women. For diagnosed lung cancer patients and families seeking insight and support, connecting with other patients and their loved ones can often be a valuable resource. Below are a few influential bloggers who have used their blog to become a voice for the […]

 

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CyberKnife: What Does It Treat?

 

Lung tumors, prostate cancer, and brain tumors are among our center’s most frequently treated diseases, yet the CyberKnife® can also treat other diseases through stereotactic body radiation therapy. Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM): AVMs are abnormal connections between arteries and veins that commonly occur in the brain and spine. Blood typically enters the brain through arteries, moves […]

 

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Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

 

This week marks the beginning of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, which is dedicated to raising awareness, advocating for research and educating men on how to maintain their prostate health. Here’s how you and your loved ones can participate in Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: Be informed. Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in American […]

 

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Patient Resources: Kidney Cancer Association Launches Online Caring Community

 

The Kidney Cancer Association and Lotsa Helping Hands, an online community network, recently announced a new partnership to support caregivers of patients with kidney cancer through free online caring communities. The service enables a family member, friend, colleague, or neighbor to create an online community to organize help for kidney cancer caregivers day-to-day and during […]

 

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Patient Resources: Living With TN Support Group

 

Determining a diagnosis and seeking treatment are important steps in the process of healing, but support from friends and loved ones can have the biggest impact on a patient’s quality of life. Living With TN is an online support group for trigeminal neuralgia (TN) patients with the mission to be a resource for “information, discussion, […]

 

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Blog for a Cure: Influential Brain Tumor Blogs

 

The best support when facing a brain tumor diagnosis can often come from someone who experienced the disease firsthand. Below are a few influential brain tumor bloggers who can provide insight to patients and their families. The Liz Army – Liz Salmi chronicles her journey battling brain cancer and her efforts as an advocate for […]

 

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CyberKnife Treatment Explained

 

CyberKnife® has several benefits including shorter treatment times, no need for incision or sedation and minimal side effects. Below, Austin CyberKnife medical director Dr. Doug Rivera further explains the CyberKnife® treatment process and unique qualities of our center.

 

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Words from Our Patients: Jan’s Story

 

The best insight on the benefits of CyberKnife® treatment often comes from patients who have undergone the procedure. Our former patient, Jan, came to our center with stage IV kidney cancer and had no traces of cancer upon completion of treatment. Hear more about her experience in the video below. If you or a loved […]

 

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