More Cancers We Treat

Bladder

Treatment for Cancer of the Bladder may include radiation therapy. Your first appointment at Turville Bay is a consultation with a radiation oncologist, a physician specializing in radiation therapy. This appointment will determine if your unique case will be helped by treatment at Turville Bay.

Bone

Bone Cancer may benefit from radiation therapy to shrink bone cancers and/or treat any tumor that remains post-surgery. At your first appointment one of our Turville Bay Radiation Oncologists, a physician that specializes in radiation therapy, will review your situation and make a recommendation.

Brain

Radiation Therapy and Stereotactic Radiosurgery for Brain Cancer are often used to treat patients at Turville Bay. During your first appointment in consultation with one of Turville Bay’s Radiation Oncologists, a physician specializing in radiation therapy and stereotactic radiosurgery, the doctor will determine if your unique case will be helped by treatment at Turville Bay.

Cervical

Turville Bay often uses radiation therapy to treat patients with Cervical Cancer. Your treatment options will be discussed at your first appointment at Turville Bay with one of our radiation oncologists, a physician that specializes in radiation therapy.

Colorectal

Radiation therapy is often used in the treatment of Colorectal Cancers. During your first appointment at Turville Bay you’ll consult with a Radiation Oncologist, a physician that specializes in radiation therapy. Your overall health and the stage of your cancer will be reviewed along with the need for radiation therapy.

Esophageal

When diagnosed with Esophageal Cancer, radiation therapy may be part of your treatment plan. During your first appointment at Turville Bay you will consult with one of our Radiation Oncologists, a physician that specializes in radiation therapy. Treatment options will be reviewed and radiation therapy may be recommended.

Head and Neck

There are many types of Head and Neck Cancers, each with its own recommended course of treatment. Radiation therapy may be used to treat these cancers; the type of treatment is based on the type of cancer and its stage as well as the patient’s overall health. These variables are reviewed during the patient’s consultation with one of Turville Bay’s Radiation Oncologists, a physician that specializes in radiation therapy, at your first appointment .

Kidney

There are different types of treatment for Kidney Cancer. Radiation Therapy may be recommended as part of your treatment planning depending on the type of cancer and its stage. During your first appointment at Turville Bay you’ll consult with one of our radiation oncologists, a physician that specializes in radiation therapy. During this consultation, the need for radiation therapy will be reviewed.

Liver

There are different types of Liver and Bile Duct Cancer so treatment at Turville Bay is carefully designed to treat each patient and their unique cancer. Your referral to Turville Bay begins at your first appointment. You will consult with one of our radiation oncologists, a physician that specializes in radiation therapy.) At this consultation, the necessity for radiation therapy will be discussed.

Lymphoma

Treatment for Lymphoma may include radiation therapy. The form of radiation treatment will be based on the type of lymphoma and its stage. The usefulness of radiation therapy in your specific situation will be reviewed during your first appointment. At this appointment you’ll consult with one of Turville Bay’s Radiation Oncologists, a physician that specializes is radiation therapy.

Myeloma

Turville Bay treats patients with Plasma Cell Neoplasms and Myeloma. Certain factors affect treatment options and those options will be discussed at your first appointment during a consultation with one of Turville Bay’s Radiation Oncologists, a physician that specializes in radiation therapy.

Ovarian

Radiation Therapy is used to treat patients with Ovarian Cancer at Turville Bay. Your treatment plan will depend upon the type of ovarian cancer and its stage. During your first appointment at Turville Bay you’ll consult with one of our radiation oncologists, a physician that specializes in radiation therapy. The need for radiation therapy in your specific case will be discussed.

Pancreas

If you have been diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer radiation therapy may be part of your treatment. Your treatment plan is dependent on the type and stage of the cancer being treated. During your first appointment at Turville Bay, you’ll consult with a Radiation Oncologist, a physician that specializes in radiation therapy. During this appointment, treatment and palliative care (link to palliative care description page) will be discussed regarding your case.

Skin

Cancer including Melanoma Radiation therapy is used to treat patients with Skin Cancers. Your treatment plan will depend on the type of skin cancer and the stage. At your first appointment you will consult with a Turville Bay Radiation Oncologist, a physician that specializes in radiation therapy. Some patients also benefit from palliative care (link to palliative care description page) to relieve symptoms of melanoma and improve quality of life.

Soft Tissue

Sarcoma Radiation Therapy is commonly used to treat patients with Soft Tissue Sarcoma. Treatment options will be discussed at your first appointment during a consultation with a Turville Bay Radiation Oncologist, a doctor specializing in radiation therapy.

Stomach

Turville Bay often treats patients with Stomach Cancer using radiation therapy. When you’re referred to Turville Bay you’ll meet with one of our radiation oncologists, physicians that specialize in radiation treatment, at your first appointment. During that consultation, we’ll discuss the type of cancer and the stage to help determine a course of radiation therapy should be part of your treatment.

Thyroid

There are different types of treatment for patients with Thyroid Cancers, and radiation therapy is often included. During your first appointment you will consult with one of our radiation oncologists, a doctor specializing in radiation therapy. At that time, we’ll discuss the treatment options to determine if radiation therapy should be included in your treatment.

Uterine

Uterine Cancer patients are often treated with radiation therapy. During your first appointment you’ll consult with a radiation oncologist, a physician that specializes in radiation therapy. The type of uterine cancer and stage of your cancer will help determine your course of treatment at Turville Bay. At this appointment we’ll discuss your options.