Metabolically Guided Radiation Therapy

Metabolically guided radiation therapy incorporates information from Positron Emission Tomography (PET) imaging (a metabolic method of tumor imaging) into the standard radiation treatment plan. It fuses CT and Positron Emission Tomography (PET) data to help identify tumor targets - particularly for lung, esophageal and hematological malignancies - with greater precision. Beaumont has been using CT-PET fusion as an adjunct to conventional treatment planning methods since 2002.

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5-year-old proton therapy patient shows courage is 'more than meets the eye'

Like Bumblebee, Hudson is small in stature, but large in bravery, kindness and inspiration.

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Treatment options, research leads 'diehard Giants' fan to Beaumont

Several factors went into Tracy’s decision to travel from California and seek proton therapy at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan.

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Anita Harris

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Hereditary cancer diagnosis a catalyst for colorectal cancer awareness and prevention

After her cancer diagnosis, Anita underwent genetic testing. The results provided her with insight, options for her and family.

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