Metastatic Cancer Treatment

Clinical expertise & compassionate care

Our expert teams of radiation oncologists and medical professionals are dedicated to providing patients with the highest level of care, combined with compassionate support to help them through every step of their journey

Experience Comfort and Hope

Find safe and effective relief from symptoms caused by metastatic cancer

My cancer came back. Four words no one ever wants to say. You fought the battle once and now your cancer has spread, or metastasized, and is in a new location in your body.

If you are facing a cancer recurrence, it is normal to feel shock and distress. When a patient’s cancer comes back, it is important to understand that a recurrence does not mean the first treatment was wrong or did not work, and it does not mean you did anything wrong following treatment.

At Alliance Cancer Care, we know that cancer treatment is so much more than just the treatment. Our team of knowledgeable radiation oncologists are here to help you in your fight against cancer.

Benefits of Radiation Therapy for Metastatic Cancer

Radiation therapy is a proven treatment option with a low risk of complications


Living Fully With Metastatic Cancer

Approximately 10-15% of all new cancer cases are diagnosed as metastatic

Metastatic cancer is a cancer that has spread from the part of the body where it started to other parts of the body. When this happens, physicians say the cancer has metastasized. Your physician may also call it recurrent cancer, advanced cancer, or stage IV (4) cancer. Metastatic cancer has the same name and the same type of cancer cells as the original, or primary, cancer. For example, breast cancer that spreads to the lung and forms a metastatic tumor is metastatic breast cancer, not lung cancer.

Metastatic cancer cells spread throughout the body in a couple of different ways. If they travel through the lymph system, they may end up in nearby lymph nodes or they may spread to other organs. More often, cancer cells that break off from the main tumor travel through the bloodstream. Once in the blood, they can go to any part of the body. The most common areas cancer cells spread to are the brain, lungs, liver, and bones. Metastatic cancer cells can also remain inactive at a distant site for many years before they begin to grow again, if at all.

If you have recently been diagnosed with metastatic cancer, knowing your treatment options, including a second opinion, is important. Our team of knowledgeable radiation oncologists are here to you in your fight against cancer.

A Powerful Tool Against Metastatic Cancer

Radiation therapy targets cancer cells, shrinks tumors and alleviates symptoms

Highly Effective Treatment Option
Radiation therapy is a widely used treatment option for patients suffering from metastatic cancer. The therapy utilizes high-energy beams of radiation to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors, making it a powerful tool in the fight against this disease
Provides Relief From Pain
Radiation therapy can help to reduce or eliminate the pain caused by cancer that has spread to other parts of the body. This can help to improve a patient's quality of life, allowing them to participate in daily activities with less discomfort
Can Be Combined With Other Treatments
Radiation therapy offers patients a comprehensive and effective treatment plan, as it allows for multiple strategies to be used in conjunction to target the cancer from multiple angles, providing patients with the best chance for successful treatment and recovery

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