CyberKnife: New and Emerging Treatments

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Iris Gibbs, co-director of the Stanford CyberKnife Program, discusses Stanford's world-leading CyberKnife program and its impact on the medical world. A frameless robotic radiosurgery system, the CyberKnife allows for a more accurate delivery of radiotherapy. Discover more about this innovative, minimally invasive technology, invented and pioneered at Stanford. Find out how CyberKnife may provide an additional option for patients diagnosed with previously inoperable or surgically complex tumors, or patients looking for an alternative to surgery. CyberKnife has been used to treat tumors in the head and neck, spine, lung, prostate, liver and pancreas without surgery, in as little as one week of one to five pain-free sessions.