Brain cancer team
Brain cancers can begin in the brain, like glioblastomas, or can be the result of cancer metastasis (for example, lung cancer spreading to the brain). Brain cancer treatment is individualized depending on the type of cancer and may include external beam radiation (also called stereotactic body radiation therapy), chemotherapy or Gamma Knife® surgery.
The future of brain cancer treatment is here at UK. Patients with brain and spinal cord tumors may benefit from Gamma Knife treatment, a revolutionary method of brain surgery that allows our specialists to operate on the brain without even breaking the skin. Surgical oncologists work closely with Kentucky Neuroscience Institute neuro-oncologists, pathologists and radiologists to provide you with the most advanced treatment for a successful outcome.
Brain cancer care at the UK Markey Cancer Center
Request an appointment online or call 859-257-4488 or toll free 1-866-340-4488.
This is a clinic of the University of Kentucky Hospital, also known as UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital. Read more »
Markey Cancer Center | Directions »
First Floor - Multidisciplinary Clinic
800 Rose St.
Lexington KY 40536