Man is Thankful Medical Technology Helped Put Him on the Road to Recovery

Cyberknife and Tampa Physician Dr. Freeman Helped Ensure One Man May Be Cancer Free By the New Year

Nov. 2012 – Stanley Richard Keyes, a Crystal Beach resident, is one of the many men having to face a diagnosis of prostate cancer. 

Keyes found out he had a prostate cancer when he went in for a routine screening. The news was devastating for the 65 year old. Keyes said ,“It was difficult to hear the news. It really played on me mentally. I wasn’t sure what to do or where to turn.”


Finding a New Normal after Prostate Cancer

Local oncologist explains how to regain intimacy after a diagnosis

September 13, 2012 (Tampa, Fla.) – Immediately after a prostate cancer diagnosis, a man’s first thought is about beating the disease. But what happens after the treatment, when the possible side effects from chemotherapy, surgery or radiation therapy change the libido? Frank Franzese, M.D., CyberKnife Centers of Tampa Bay’s medical director, is offering his advice during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month on how to find a new normal after prostate cancer.


Accurate Cancer Treatment

CyberKnife can treat benign tumors and many types of cancer, including, brain, head and neck, liver, lung, pancreatic, and prostate cancer, metastases, and spinal tumors.

Robotic Cancer Surgery

The CyberKnife System uses image-guided robotics to precisely destroy cancer tumors and other lesions. This precision spares normal, healthy tissue, while the higher dosage offers improved chances for cure from cancer. The CyberKnife can treat inoperable and hard to reach cancerous tumors.

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