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  • Radiation Oncology

    Care and comfort -- simple words but words that typify cancer treatment at MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper. Our board-certified radiation oncologists are experts in the field of fighting cancer and, together with the Radiation Oncology team, work with each patient to develop a comprehensive treatment program.

  • Radiation Therapy

    Radiation therapy (also called therapeutic radiology or radiation oncology) uses X-rays, gamma rays, and charged particles to fight cancer.

  • Radiofrequency Ablation for Cancer

    Radiofrequency ablation uses heat transmitted through a needle placed into a tumor to kill cancer cells. Imaging techniques such as ultrasound, computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are used to help guide a needle into the tumor.

  • Radiofrequency Ablation for Pain

    Our specialists perform radiofrequency ablation when injections or nerve blocks do not offer pain relief.

  • Radiology Services

    Cooper’s expert staff of board-certified, fellowship-trained radiologists and registered technologists provides patients and referring physicians with the highest level of service and care.

  • Radiopharmaceuticals

    Radiopharmaceuticals are cancer drugs that contain radioactive materials. They target cancer cells, giving off radiation that kills these cells while sparing healthy tissue.

  • Radiosurgery

    Cooper University Hospital offers patients two of the most technologically advanced radiosurgery tools for the treatment of tumors anywhere in the body.

  • Raynaud's Phenomenon

    Raynaud’s phenomenon is a problem that causes decreased blood flow to the fingers. In some cases, it also causes less blood flow to the ears, toes, nipples, knees, or nose. This happens due to spasms of blood vessels in those areas.

  • Reactive Arthritis (Reiter's Syndrome)

    Reactive arthritis is a type of arthritis that occurs due to an infection. Arthritis is when joints become inflamed and painful.

  • Rectal Prolapse

    Your rectum is the lower part of your colon, where stool forms. If the rectum drops out of its normal place within the body and pushes out of the anal opening, the condition is called rectal prolapse.

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