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External beam radiation therapy is a cancer treatment option that uses doses of radiation to destroy cancerous cells and shrink tumors.

Stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) uses guided imaging to deliver a targeted radiation dose to a tumor located anywhere except the cranium.

Radiosurgery does not involve surgery. During radiosurgery, precisely targeted high doses of radiation are delivered to small brain tumors.

Get information about cancer of the appendix, a rare former of cancer that affects approximately 1,000 people in the United States each year.

Risk factors for appendix cancer often involve lifestyle habits, age, medical history and other considerations.

​​Appendix cancer typically does not cause symptoms until it has reached an advanced stage.

The stage of appendix cancer is determined by the tumor's size and how far it has progressed. Learn more about appendix cancer stages here.

Appendix cancer is frequently diagnosed during treatment for another medical condition, medical testing or surgery for appendicitis.

Get information about cancer of the appendix, a rare form of cancer that affects approximately 1,000 people in the United States each year.

Appendix cancer is typically treated with surgery or surgery in combination with chemotherapy. Learn about appendix cancer treatment options here.