Orange Coast Radiation Oncology Center

October is when we acknowledge Breast Cancer Awareness. This pink event that happens every year is more than just raising funds for breast cancer research. It also increases awareness of breast cancer disease. Every year in the United States, about 250,000 women and men are diagnosed with breast cancer. The American Cancer Society (ACS) estimates…

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When we hear the word “cancer”, one cannot help but think of the impending doom that comes with it. People who live through cancer know the challenges that come when in recovery or remission. And cancer affects not only just the patients but their family and friends’ lives as well. To help raise awareness about cancer survivors, June was designated as National Cancer Survivor Month. This month exists as a special celebration for those who have survived cancer. At Orange County CyberKnife & Oncology Center, we want to bring awareness to cancer survivors. We also have tips for those who have just recovered from cancer and are looking for help and resources.

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This month the team at Orange County CyberKnife is spreading awareness about a type of cancer responsible for 200,000 cases in the US each year. Colorectal, or colon cancer, is a very common cancer that affects any part of the lower digestive tract including the colon or rectum. For patients looking to step up their cancer treatment, our Orange County radiation oncology center is equipped with revolutionary cancer-fighting technology.

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At Orange County CyberKnife, we apply unparalleled CyberKnife technology to the treatment of a wide range of cancer types, including head and neck cancer, an umbrella term for cancers affecting different parts of the head and neck, including the throat and oral cavity. Patients who visit our Orange County oncology center receive a unique form of radiation therapy that delivers precise results and has a lower impact on the healthy tissues of the body. Find out who is at risk of head and neck cancer, and how we use CyberKnife to treat it.

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A cancer diagnosis is always bad news and can cause the patient to feel overwhelmed, scared, anxious, and depressed. Needless to say, it’s a very unsettling time and it may be difficult to deal with your emotions and cancer treatment. The last thing a cancer patient needs is a friend or family member saying the…

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Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer for American men. In fact, it affects 1 in 7 men nationwide. Prostate cancer occurs when there is abnormal cell growth in the prostate gland – a small walnut-size gland that surrounds the bladder and urethra, and is in front of the rectum. In order to check…

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At Orange County CyberKnife, we want to empower women to know the signs and symptoms of breast cancer, catch them early, and seek treatment immediately. Breast cancer affects women of all backgrounds across different ages. In the past year, the tragic deaths of Kelly Preston and Helen…

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Did you know that January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month? We at Orange County Cyberknife want to ensure that all women and men know the symptoms and treatment for this type of cancer so that they can care for themselves and their partners. Cervical cancer is cancer of the cervix, the opening to the uterus…

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To avoid cancer treatment, we must avoid cancer. Healthy habits can decrease the risk of disease overall. Here are 5 bad habits that may increase your risk of cancer. 1. Eating an Unhealthy Diet This may be one of the most important habits to focus on when you want to decrease your cancer risk. Eat…

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Breast Cancer Awareness Orange County CyberKnife and Radiation Oncology Center provides comprehensive cancer treatment for a variety of conditions in Orange County, CA. Our doctors and treatment team will work with you to develop an individualized treatment plan using the most advanced non-invasive CyberKnife therapies. We care for our patients with the utmost compassion during…

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