Metastatic Cancer Treatment

Precision care, fewer side effects and greater comfort

Metastatic Cancer Treatment in Oklahoma

Facing metastatic cancer can be overwhelming, with the uncertainty of the future and the complexity of managing widespread disease.

At Oklahoma CyberKnife, we offer advanced treatment options and personalized care to help you navigate this challenging journey.

Understanding Metastatic Cancer

Metastatic cancer, also known as stage IV cancer, occurs when cancer cells spread from the primary site to other parts of the body, forming new tumors in organs such as the lungs, liver, bones, brain, and lymph nodes.

Symptoms vary based on the location and size of the metastases and may include pain, jaundice, shortness of breath, headaches, and neurological deficits.

Risk factors include advanced-stage initial cancer, aggressive tumor biology, lack of early detection, suboptimal treatment, genetic predisposition, a weakened immune system, and lifestyle factors.

The CyberKnife Treatment for Metastatic Cancer

The CyberKnife system offers a groundbreaking way to treat metastatic cancer with precise, non-invasive radiation therapy. It delivers high-dose radiation directly to tumors, minimizing damage to healthy tissues and reducing side effects.

Unlike traditional surgery, the CyberKnife treatment requires no incisions and involves fewer treatment sessions, helping patients maintain a better quality of life during their cancer journey.

The CyberKnife system is particularly beneficial for metastatic cancer due to its ability to treat multiple tumors simultaneously, even in hard-to-reach areas.

Its real-time imaging system continuously adjusts to the slightest movements, ensuring that radiation is delivered with pinpoint precision. This is crucial for metastatic cancer patients, as the disease often affects multiple organs and systems.

Benefits of the CyberKnife

  • Precise & Minimally Invasive: The CyberKnife delivers high-dose radiation directly to tumors, minimizing damage to healthy tissue. This minimally invasive approach avoids the need for surgery, leading to faster recovery times.
  • Real-Time Tracking: The CyberKnife system continuously adjusts for patient movement during treatment. This ensures accurate radiation delivery even if the tumor shifts slightly due to breathing, maximizing effectiveness.
  • Fewer Sessions, More Time for You: Compared to traditional radiation therapy, the CyberKnife program typically requires fewer treatment sessions (5 vs. 45). This allows you to return to your daily routine sooner and experience less disruption to your life.
  • Reduced Side Effects: The CyberKnife’s precise targeting minimizes exposure of healthy tissues to radiation. This significantly reduces the likelihood of side effects, leading to a more comfortable treatment experience.
  • Effective for All Stages: The CyberKnife can even treat inoperable or hard-to-reach tumors. This offers hope and a comprehensive solution for patients with metastatic cancer who may have limited treatment options.

Why Choose Oklahoma CyberKnife

Expert Guidance, Compassionate Care: Our team of highly-skilled radiation oncologists and specialists work seamlessly together. Their expertise, combined with genuine care, ensures successful treatment outcomes.

Informed Decisions, Optimal Care: We provide clear, concise information tailored to your specific situation. This empowers you to actively participate in making informed decisions about your treatment options.

Your Customized Treatment Plan: No two cases are alike. Our experts collaborate closely with you to create a treatment plan designed to address your unique needs and medical condition.

Begin Your Journey with Oklahoma CyberKnife

Overcoming metastatic cancer requires innovative approaches, and at Oklahoma CyberKnife, we deliver just that. Our advanced treatments and personalized plans maximize your chances of recovery.

Contact us today to start your journey towards a healthier, more hopeful future.


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Approximately 15% of all new cancer cases are diagnosed as metastatic.

5 years

Most tumors that metastasize do so within five years after the primary tumor has been detected.