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Published on Mar 5, 2010
When it comes to brain tumors, we'll keep your options open.
Our surgeons reach tumors others would consider inoperable or too risky to treat. Advanced surgical navigation and planning, awake techniques and real-time imaging all make more brain tumors treatable. We offer nonsurgical options, too. In 2008, we were the first in the world to use a new laser system that cooks' brain tumors and spares healthy brain tissue. And, since 1997, our Gamma Knife Center has treated more than 2,600 patients and trained more than 400 physicians and physicists.