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Take Action to Lower Your Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk

Knowing your cancer risk and being proactive about your health may help you take steps to lower your risk for getting breast or ovarian cancer, or find it at an early stage.Content source: Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and PreventionClick to View Text Version

Don't Fry: Preventing Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most common of all cancer types. More than 5.4 million skin cancers are diagnosed each year in the United States. That’s why the American Cancer Society and the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention have designated the Friday before Memorial Day as Don’t Fry Day.Although skin cancer risk factors are present […]

25 Facts About Brain Tumors

The CyberKnife® System has provided thousands of cancer patients with highly personalized treatment for cancers and conditions within the brain. This engaging infographic shares 25 interesting facts about brain tumors — from the history of treating different types of functional diseases and lesions, to how the CyberKnife System continues to provide a uniquely effective, non-surgical

Cancer Screen Week 2020

Cancer Screen Week According to the American Cancer Society, almost 607,000 people are expected to die from cancer in 2020. Regular screening can help find certain cancers early when they are most likely to be treated successfully. This Cancer Screen Week (Dec 7-11), help us raise awareness and learn more of the potentially lifesaving benefits

National Brain Tumor Awareness Month

May is National Brain Tumor Awareness Month.  Driven by advancement in research, surgical techniques, genetic discoveries, and much more, it has never been a better time to take action on brain tumors. The National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS), an organization whose mission is to unrelentingly invest in, mobilize, and unite our community to discover a

Hypofractionated Radiation Therapy for Prostate Cancer

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many cancer patients are having to make the difficult decision to continue with their current cancer regimen or delay treatments.  Cancer patients and physicians must carefully weigh the potential benefit of routine cancer care versus the risk of COVID-19. To help ease these decisions, several peer-reviewed, non-profit cancer care organizations

New Jersey CyberKnife Recognized for RSSearch® Patient Registry Contributions

New Jersey CyberKnife at Community Medical Center is recognized by RSSearch® by The Radiosurgery Society as the second-largest contributor in the world for 2019. Serving in the community hospital world-renown for its radiosurgery program, Dr. Iyers and Dr. D’Ambrosio have contributed a substantial amount of potentially groundbreaking treatment data and patient information to foster new

Prostate Cancer Treatment and Sexual Function

When deciding which treatment option is best for their prostate cancer, men take numerous factors into consideration.  While their physician’s recommendation does play an important role in the treatment decision, in the end, most men make the choice that is best for them.  That choice is often based on treatment outcomes and side effects, and