Cancer Treatment and Tumor Ablation Surgery

Surgery is the most common first-line cancer treatment for the most common cancers. If the cancer is especially sensitive to radiation or chemotherapy, one of these treatments could be the primary treatment. Other options include targeted therapy, immunotherapy, laser therapy, and hormone therapy. This is a summary of various cancer treatments and their outcomes. Many cancers are treated with surgery. We discovered that approximately 25%-50% of new cancer treatments that have reached rating levels are successful. Over time, the pattern of success remains consistent. This is a minimally invasive surgical technique for the treatment of solid tumors. Without the use of routine surgical procedures, special probes are used to "burn" or "freeze" cancer. Guide the needle probe to the tumor and place it using Computer Tomography (CT), Ultra Sound (US), or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).

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