External beam radiation therapy is a type of radiation therapy that uses one or more beams to deliver high energy x-rays to a cancerous tumour.
External beam radiation therapy [EBRT] is a type of radiation therapy that uses one or more beams to deliver high energy x-rays to a cancerous tumour.
This is achieved using equipment called a Linear Accelerator, which directs the beams specifically into the tumour while sparing the surrounding healthy tissue.
Starting radiation therapy
Knowing what to expect can help you prepare for your first radiation therapy visit.
Our doctors deliver personalised, evidence-based care to support patients through their cancer treatment.
Frequently asked questions
Learn answers to some common concerns and misconceptions about radiation therapy.
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