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21300 Erwin Street
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
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  • Caring Cancer Radiation Oncology Center

    People who care, treatment that works

  • State-Of-The-Art Cancer Radiation Treatment Center

    Combining State-Of-The-Art technology with the best physicians

  • Advanced Cancer Oncology Radiation Therapy

    Let our team of experts help you to live a healthy life, CANCER FREE

  • Los Angeles Cancer Radiation Treatment Center

    Fighting cancer precisely

  • Successful Cancer Radiation Treatment

    Offering individualized treatment plans, and the highest quality of care to patients

  • Advanced Radiation Cancer Center

    Advanced technolgies, enhanced patient care

  • Comprehensive Cancer Radiation Therapy of Los Angeles

    Providing specialized patient services such as: Support Groups & Patient Navigator to be with you every step of the way!

About IGRT

Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) harnesses powerful computer technology to combine tumor imaging and cancer treatment on a single machine called a "linear accelerator." Because cancerous tumors can move during treatment, IGRT provides high-resolution, 3-D images, allowing Golden State Cancer Center's radiation oncologists to view and track tumors while a patient is on the table. Knowing exactly where the tumor is allows our cancer treatment specialists to fine-tune patient positioning, compensate for motion and breathing, irradiate only the tumor and complete radiation treatment with greater accuracy than ever before.

Golden State Cancer Centers Advanced Radiation Therapy

Golden State Cancer Centers Advanced Radiation Therapy

At our state-of-the-art cancer treatment center, IMRT/IGRT radiation therapy is enhanced with RapidArc® radiotherapy technology by Varian Medical Systems. RapidArc® sets a record for speed without compromising quality. In many cases, radiation treatments that once took 15 - 20 minutes can now be completed with a single revolution of the machine - often in less than two minutes.