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CKHS Physicians Attend CyberKnife CME Event at Citizens Bank Park


  • Rachelle Lanciano, M.D., and Marc Surkin, M.D., discuss a point.
  • Philadelphia CyberKnife physicist Jun Yang, Ph.D., enjoys the game along with his daughter.
  • Presenters and attendees gather for a photo before the lecture portion of the evening.


On Sept. 11, Philadelphia CyberKnife and Crozer-Keystone Health System co-sponsored a CME event, “CyberKnife Technology: Focus on Outcomes” at Citizens Bank Park.

The event featured presentations about CyberKnife radiosurgery, including the latest research and case presentations about the use of robotic radiosurgery to treat tumors throughout the body. Presenters included radiation oncologists John Lamond, M.D., Rachelle Lanciano, M.D., and Stephen Arrigo, M.D., as well as Stacey Su, M.D., director of Thoracic Surgical Oncology at DCMH.

CyberKnife treats cancerous and benign tumors in the brain, spine, lung, liver, pancreas and prostate through a process called stereotactic radiosurgery, a noninvasive method of treating tumors with high-dose radiation precisely aimed from different angles. The result is greatly increased accuracy that spares healthy tissue.

Philadelphia CyberKnife is located at 2010 West Chester Pike, Suite 115 in Havertown and is a service of DCMH. For more information, visit or call (610) 446-6850.
For more information about Crozer-Keystone Health System’s cancer services, visit or call 1-866-695-HOPE (1-866-695-4673).

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