Additional Online Information

CyberKnife.com®
Find reliable information about CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery, including patient stories, a glossary of regularly used terms, reimbursement information, and a patient forum to have open discussions with CyberKnife physicians and patients regarding any questions and concerns you may have about CyberKnife treatments.
www.CyberKnife.com

CyberKnife® Society
The CyberKnife® Society is a coalition of physicians and other healthcare professionals specializing in CyberKnife® radiosurgery. Their website provides extensive patient information on medical conditions treatable with radiosurgery.
http://www.cksociety.org

Accuray
Accuray, the manufacturer of the CyberKnife® System, is a good resource for patient information.
http://www.accuray.com

The American Brain Tumor Association
Find reliable information about brain tumors and their treatments.
http://www.abta.org

American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer through research, education, advocacy, and service.
http://www.cancer.org

The Acoustic Neuroma Association
The Acoustic Neuroma association is a patient member organization, providing information and support to persons diagnosed with or treated for acoustic neuroma and other benign tumors of the cranial nerves. It provides access to a network of local support groups and maintains the website for patient information and discussion.
http://www.anausa.org

National Brain Tumor Society
The National Brain Tumor Society brings together the best in brain tumor research and supportive patient services. They offer hope to patients, families, and caregivers during every stage of the treatment journey. They invest strategically in innovative research that will lead to advances and ultimately to a cure.
http://www.braintumor.org

International Radiosurgery Support Association
This website contains information about radiosurgery and specialized radiation treatments. Included is the BRAIN TALK® patient forum.
http://www.irsa.org