News Story, posted on July 4 2011
CYBERKNIFE COULD HELP THOUSANDS WITH CANCER

First reported in the Daily Express by Kirsty Buchanan MORE than 3,200 cancer patients a year could be helped if a new tumour-blasting treatment was made widely available on the NHS, a report has claimed.

A year long study by scientists has concluded that CyberKnife treatment, which can target inoperable tumours, should be offered to all suitable cancer patients in England. It delivers focused radiation therapy where it is needed, without destroying surrounding healthy tissue.

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