You have questions; we have answers. Whether you’re searching for information about your specific type of cancer or the treatment you’re receiving, we’re here to help. Scroll through our resources below, filter by category, or visit our Cancers We Treat or Radiation Treatments pages for more information.

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Blog header: What is Dupuytren's of the Feet? (Ledderhose Disease)
Dupuytren’s of the feet (Ledderhose) is a type of fibromatosis that causes lumps to form in the fascia of the feet. It can be treated with radiation.
Blog header: Head & neck cancer medical procedures and recovery times
The recovery time for head and neck cancer varies by patient. Here, we share some of the top factors that can impact your recovery time.
Blog header: Does radiation cause nausea? Woman putting supportive hand on loved one's shoulder.
Is someone you love on radiation therapy? Get answers to common questions like “does radiation cause nausea?” and learn how best to support them.
Male patient speaks with doctor
Recurrent prostate cancer is when prostate cancer returns after treatment. What causes this, and how do you treat it? Read this blog to learn more.
Radiation oncologist reviewing results from a patient's screening or diagnostic mammogram for breast cancer
Screening vs. diagnostic mammograms—what’s the difference? Here’s what you need to know about each, including potential outcomes and next steps.

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Sometimes, receiving cancer treatment can be complicated by practical issues. At Radiotherapy Centers of Kentuckiana, we are committed to supporting you every step of the way.

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Schedule Your Appointment Today

If you are referred for radiation therapy during your cancer care, you get to choose where to receive treatment. We are here to support and encourage you—call us today to schedule your first appointment with one of our radiation oncologists at the cancer center nearest to you.