Radiosurgery targets the hardest to reach tumors.

Radiosurgery is a non-invasive, radiation-based treatment, and a compelling option for those suffering from hard to reach cancers of the brain and body where conventional surgical access is dangerous or impossible.

While radiosurgery isn’t perfect in every situation, it does have practical applications in specific circumstances and can give hope to patients—such as elementary school teacher Janice Fadel from Carmel, Ind.—who may think they’ve run out of treatment options.

Read Fadel’s story, as featured on WTHR, below. For more information about radiosurgery and radiation oncology at St.Vincent Cancer Care, please contact (317) 415-6760.

Read Fadel’s story.


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