A cancer diagnosis can be devastating. But when the disease returns after months or even years of living cancer-free, many patients feel disappointed, helpless, and angry. They may wonder “Why me?” or “What did I do wrong?”
Recurrent cancer, or cancer that comes back after remission, happens when cancer cells go undetected by blood tests and scans. These cells then divide and grow into cancerous lesions that, in many cases, are harder to treat than primary tumors. With this in mind, SERO’s radiation oncologists offer the most advanced radiotherapy techniques for treating recurrent cancers.