When a tumor about the size of a pea was identified in the right frontal lobe of Steve's brain, doctors at NCH recommended CyberKnife Radiosurgery System. Steve underwent one treatment in which the tumor was precisely targeted and destroyed. Three years later, Steve and his wife can't say 'thank you' enough to the NCH team. Read more here.
It was a crushing blow for Dorothy to learn she had lung cancer. However, a friend told her about CyberKnife Radiosurgery System at NCH, which targets tumors with extreme precision. After just three painless treatments, Dorothy is enjoying life as a five-year lung cancer survivor. Read more here.
Brian could hardly walk up and down the stairs in his home last summer because he was experiencing excruciating pain in his hips and legs. It was then that he turned to the joint experts at NCH and participated in NCH's fast track recovery program. Shortly after his hip replacement surgery he was back to his normal activities. Learn more here.
Pain in Nancy's left hip became unbearable. It kept her from easily navigating the stairs in her townhome and made her job at a local grocery store, where she's worked for 30 years, uncomfortable. To document her experience, Nancy chronicled her journey through hip replacement surgery and recovery on NCH's daily blog. Learn more here
Mr. Williamson was determined to find the best option for treating his prostate cancer. His daughter told him about CyberKnife Radiosurgery, a highly precise radiation therapy technology. After only five non-invasive treatment sessions, today, Mr. Williamson is cancer-free and highly recommends CyberKnife. Watch a video that details his story here.
Jennifer and Lisa are placing a face on stroke awareness at NCH by telling their stories of perseverance and triumph to fellow stroke survivors who are just starting out on their journeys to recovery in the hospital's neurology unit.
Jen experienced a sudden and painful headache followed by tingling in her lips and arms. Her friend rushed Jen to NCH where she received immediate treatment and a CT scan that identified an aneurysm in her brain. Within hours she was in surgery. Read more about Jen's diagnosis, surgery and successful recovery.