Inside Lexington Radiation Oncology at Lexington Medical Cancer Center, precisely focused 3-D imaging targets high doses of radiation to treat tumors in the brain, neck, lungs, liver, spine and other parts of the body with minimal effect on surrounding healthy tissue.
At age 39, Libby had never felt any lump or had any issue with breast health. So, she wasn’t too concerned when she received a phone call from Women’s Imaging at Lexington Medical Center a few days after her routine mammogram.
When Stacey Rostek swings her long dark blonde hair to the side, you can see a question-mark-shaped scar on her scalp. Although it’s barely visible, it’s a reminder that this wife and mom of three young children was diagnosed with a brain tumor one year ago.
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