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Surgical Options for Cancer Treatment at the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center

The following is a list of surgical services available to cancer patients

Surgical Options for Breast Cancer

Stereotactic radiosurgery

Used to help patients with benign brain tumors such as meningiomas, malignant brain tumors; or primary or metastatic spinal metastases. Learn more by visiting the Stereotactic radiosurgery webpage.

Robotic Surgery

Treatment for lung, head and neck (voice box, tongue, throat), gynecologic (cervical, uterine) cancers, as well as urologic (prostate, bladder) cancers benefit from advances in the U-M Health System's use of Robotic Surgery (minimally invastive):


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