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“Now that I’ve discovered this level of technology that’s this effective for prostate cancer, I want to help spread the word...."
When it was determined that Robert had prostate cancer, he researched all of his options. Then he found Capital Health's CyberKnife Center.
This one-day program for adolescents ages 12-15 includes emergencies, safety, playtime, basic first aid and CPR. This program is led by Capital Health Emergency Medical Services and Mercer County 4-H. Class size is limited. Bring a bag lunch. Pre- registration and prepayment are required.
Melissa Nader is a radiation therapist who has been working in this field since 1993 and joined Capital Health in 1998. She obtained an associate’s degree in medical imaging from Holy Family University and a received a Certificate in Radiation Therapy from Gwynedd Mercy College. Melissa received CyberKnife training in 2007 at Accuray in Sunnyvale, CA and also at Sinai CyberKnife Center in Baltimore, MD.
Richard Potts is a staff radiation therapist, and he lived and worked in Staten Island, NY as a radiology aide for six years before deciding to go into radiation oncology. He then attended the Methodist Hospital School of Radiation Therapy Technology in Brooklyn, NY where he graduated at the top of his class. He worked at Staten Island University Hospital for nine years before moving his family to New Jersey where he worked at Atlantic City Medical Center (now Atlanticare Regional Medical Center-Atlantic City Campus) where he learned many new methods in radiation therapy. In order to improve his knowledge in radiation therapy, he decided to joined the staff at Capital Health to be part of the CyberKnife Center.
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