Cancer Treatments

Anova Cancer Care’s is here to help patients, their family and friends better understand cancer risks, treatment options as well as symptoms, side effects and risks.  In addition to educating people about cancer and tumors, we also work on innovative research and extensive trials to help current and future people who are diagnosed with cancer.

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Bone Cancer Treatments

Bone cancer treatments at Anova Cancer Care depend on the type, size, location and stage of the cancer, and may include surgery, chemo or radiation therapy.

Brain Cancer Treatment

Treating brain tumors often requires several types of treatments including CyberKnife radiotherapy, which is highly effective & produces no side effects.

Kidney Cancer Treatment

There are multiple kidney cancer treatment options. Surgery is the most common but CyberKnife is a growing option due to the lack of side effects.

Liver Cancer Treatment

Liver Cancer treatment may include targeted drug therapy, chemo or radiation therapy including CyberKnife at Anova Cancer Care.

Lung Cancer Treatment

Treatments for lung cancer include surgery to remove the tumor, chemotherapy, radiation and Anova's CyberKnife radiosurgery therapy.

Pancreatic Cancer Treatment

CyberKnife treatment takes only 1 week instead of 5 weeks, making it a good option for pancreatic cancer - a rare & serious cancer.

Prostate Cancer Recurrences Treatment

Learn how we effectively treat prostate cancer recurrence with CyberKnife, including information on the likelihood of recurrence and how to diagnose it.

Prostate Cancer Treatment

Anova Cancer Care has treated more than 1,500 prostate cancer cases with the CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System, which reduces side effects and improves quality of life compared with other forms of treatment. Prostate cancer treatment options also include surgery, radiation, radioactive seed implants & surveillance.

Spine Cancer Treatment

CyberKnife radiosurgery effectively treats spinal cord & vertebral tumors by noninvasive, accurately targeted radiation to destroy tumors.