Brain Tumor
TrueBeam STx® Treatment +
Patient Testimonial
500 South Paulina Street, Chicago IL 60612 312-942-4600 RushRadi...
Please note: We encourage consumers to thoroughly review and understand
all treatment options. The information presented h...
TrueBeam STx Treatment
Rush Radiosurgery treats tumors with a nonsurgical treatment process
called stereotactic radiosurge...
Patient Testimonial:
Noreen, Brain Metastases Patient*
500 South Paulina Street, Chicago IL 60612 312-942-4600 RushRadiosu...
Our Center
Under the direction medical director Dr. Aidnag Diaz, Rush
Radiosurgery combines experienced physicians and the...
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Rush Radiosurgery: Brain Metastases Patient Testimonial

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A brain tumor is an abnormal growth of cells within the brain or the central spinal canal that can be cancerous or benign. Learn more about brain tumors and how Rush Radiosurgery's noninvasive treatment may work for you. Please call 312-942-4600 or visit our website http://www.rushradiosurgery.com for more information.

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  1. 1. Brain Tumor TrueBeam STx® Treatment + Patient Testimonial 500 South Paulina Street, Chicago IL 60612 312-942-4600 RushRadiosurgery.com
  2. 2. Please note: We encourage consumers to thoroughly review and understand all treatment options. The information presented here is not all-inclusive. Rather, it represents a starting point to learn about medical conditions and treatment options. There is no substitute for consulting a medical professional. 500 South Paulina Street, Chicago IL 60612 312-942-4600 RushRadiosurgery.com
  3. 3. TrueBeam STx Treatment Rush Radiosurgery treats tumors with a nonsurgical treatment process called stereotactic radiosurgery. This is done with TrueBeam STx, which treats tumors with high-dose radiation precisely aimed from different angles. Typically treatment time takes about 15 minutes, reducing potential errors that can occur in longer lasting procedures. Patients can usually return to their normal routines once treatment is complete 500 South Paulina Street, Chicago IL 60612 312-942-4600 RushRadiosurgery.com Radiosurgery can treat various types of tumors: •  Brain •  Lung •  Kidney •  Liver •  Pancreas •  Prostate
  4. 4. Patient Testimonial: Noreen, Brain Metastases Patient* 500 South Paulina Street, Chicago IL 60612 312-942-4600 RushRadiosurgery.com *Actual patient not pictured
  5. 5. Our Center Under the direction medical director Dr. Aidnag Diaz, Rush Radiosurgery combines experienced physicians and the latest medical advances to provide patients with exceptional care. The cancer treatment facility opened in March 2012 on the campus of Rush University Medical Center. Our doctors are board certified in radiation oncology and have several areas of specialty, including head and neck cancers, prostate cancer and lung cancer. Read Our Blog! Medical Director: Dr. Aidnag Diaz Connect with us! 500 South Paulina Street, Chicago IL 60612 312-942-4600 RushRadiosurgery.com
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