Radiation remains an important part of modern tumour therapy.
Whether before or after surgical intervention, on its own or combined with chemotherapy, around 2/3 of all cancer patients will receive radiation therapy within the scope of their treatment.
There have been rapid technical developments in this very area in recent years.
Today, in just a few minutes, we can treat complex tumour structures highly accurately and with extensive protection of the surrounding organs. This has made radiotherapy even more effective and simultaneously better tolerated.
In addition to the treatment of malignant tumours, we also focus on the treatment of benign diseases. These diseases are treated using only low doses of radiation.