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Summit News

  • shine-a-light-header Help Summit Cancer Centers Shine a Light on Lung Cancer on November 16
    Summit Cancer Centers | November 8, 2016

    Local Survivors  and Advocates will Unite at Summit for the Nation’s Largest Lung Cancer Awareness Event. In recognition of November’s Lung Cancer Awareness Month, Summit Cancer Centers is very proud to host the 8th Annual Shine a Light on Lung Cancer event for the first  time in North Idaho. On…
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  • tech-focus-cyberknife-header Technology Focus – CyberKnife Treatment for Brain Metastases
    Karie-Lynn Kelly, MD | September 22, 2016

    CyberKnife®  offers new hope to cancer patients diagnosed with Brain Metastases. Metastatic brain cancer occurs when cancer spreads to the brain from another part of the body. Approximately 20-40% of people with cancer will develop brain metastases. The most common types of cancer to spread to the brain are lung…
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  • diagnostic pet/ct at summit cancer centers Technology Focus – The Diagnostic PET/CT Scan
    Karie-Lynn Kelly, MD | September 14, 2016

    The Diagnostic PET/CT Scan is Incredibly Useful in the Detection  of Tumors One of the most helpful tests to accurately determine the extent of cancer in a person is a full-body scan called a Positron Emission Tomography-Computed Tomography scan, most commonly called a PET/CT scan. A PET/CT scan can show precisely…
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