We work closely with local oncologists and surgeons in the treatment of cancer. Many malignancies can be treated with transarterial chemotherapy, embolization, radiofrequency ablation, and radioimmunotherapy.
Bland Embolization: Delivery of particles, glues and/or other space fillers into blood vessels in order to selectively decrease blood flow to cancerous or blood-stealing tumors.
Radioimmunotherapy imaging and ablation:
In conjunction with an oncologist, intravascular antibody and image-directed blood cell cancer radioisotope ablation therapies using cancer cell surface antigen-targeted application of radioactive yttrium-90 to selectively kill malignant cells.
Radioiodine imaging and ablation: Molecular and metabolic image-directed thyroid cancer radioactive isotope ablation therapy.
Tumor-localized chemotherapy infusion placed within tumor-feeding vessels for maximal toxic effect to cancer masses.
Image-guided surgical techniques that use needles placed through the skin to direct chemical, heat or voltage energy to injure a tumor mass.