The requested resource (/media/wgvu/header/pb/header.html) is not available
Last updated 5:49AM ET
February 25, 2021
Search NewsRoom
Search NewsRoom
go
Advanced Search
Tools
Tools
Local/State News
Local/State News
CYBERKNIFE THERAPY
(2007-05-31)
(wgvu) - - CANCER PATIENTS AT ST. JOSEPH'S MERCY
HOSPITAL IN ANN ARBOR WILL BE TREATED WITH A MACHINE THAT CAN
ATTACK CANCER ANYWHERE IN THE BODY.
AND DOCTORS SAY THE PROCEDURE IS PAIN-FREE, UNLIKE TRADITIONAL
CANCER THERAPY.
THE CYBERKNIFE ROBOTIC RADIOSURGERY SYSTEM USES AN ADJUSTABLE
ROBOTIC ARM TO AIM ITS RADIATION SOURCE ON THE CANCER.
CYBERKNIFE CAN TREAT ALL SORTS OF CANCERS, INCLUDING THOSE OF
THE BRAIN, PANCREAS AND LUNG. THE HOSPITAL IS TOUTING THE NEW
TREATMENT THROUGH AN AD CAMPAIGN.

(COPYRIGHT 2007 BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.)


© Copyright 2021, wgvu