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How Do I Know If I Can Be Treated With CyberKnife?

If you are like most people facing a cancer diagnosis, you likely have plenty of questions. At Orange County Cyberknife, we are dedicated to helping our patients understand their disease and treatment options. We believe a well-informed patient is more likely to have positive results. Below are answers to some common questions and some CyberKnife…

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Common Questions About Cancer Remission

If you or a family member has received a cancer diagnosis, you likely have a lot of questions. Orange County CyberKnife stands with you in the fight against cancer by offering innovative cancer treatment therapies and vital support. As part of our mission, we want to provide you with useful information to help you make…

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September Is Childhood Cancer Month

September Is Childhood Cancer Month Childhood cancers are relatively rare, but when they do occur, they tend to be more aggressive than most types of cancers adults experience. For that reason, it’s important to be aware of the different types of childhood cancers so you can receive treatment as early as possible. To bring awareness…

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New Urine Test Can Help Diagnose Prostate Cancer

New Urine Test Can Help Diagnose Prostate Cancer Did you know prostate cancer is one of the most common types of cancer men develop? In fact, over 3,000,000 new U.S. prostate cancer cases are diagnosed each year. The good news is that this type of cancer is usually very treatable, and most patients experience a…

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August Is Sun Safety Month

Time to Celebrate: August Is Sun Safety Month At Orange County Cyberknife, we are excited for August because it is sun safety month. The skin is the largest organ in the body, so it is probably no surprise that skin cancer is the most common form of cancer. That is why we are excited to…

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September Is Gynecological Cancer Awareness Month

September Is Gynecological Cancer Awareness Month Although breast cancer is more common, gynecologic cancers impact many women each year, with doctors diagnosing nearly 100,000 cases annually in the U.S. Unfortunately, there is no way to know who will develop these cancers, so it is crucial for women to have regular checkups. September is Gynecological Cancer…

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Melanoma is the fastest growing cancer in the U.S. and around the globe. Melanoma may not be the most common type of skin cancer, but it is very serious, as it spreads at a rapid rate. This cancer occurs when pigment-producing cells called melanocytes mutate and become malignant, a process usually helped along by UV…

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Cancer research is an ongoing event, which is good because the more we think we understand about cancer the less we actually do. Cancer is always evolving and, more frustratingly, new types are always arising. The healthcare industry and society as a whole rely on researchers’ findings to devise effective cancer treatments such as those…

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Colorectal cancer is cancer of the colon and/or rectum. The colon and rectum, when combined, form what many refer to as the “large intestine.” This intestine’s main responsibility is to rid the body of waste and process food for energy. It is the final part of the gastrointestinal tract. Though colorectal cancer is fairly rare,…

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As your trusted Orange County cancer treatment center, Orange County CyberKnife strives to help arm you with the facts about cancer. The more you understand cancer and its associated risk factors, the better you can prevent a cancer diagnosis from popping up in your future. Because March is Colorectal Cancer Month, the team at OC…

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