A tumor may form on any part of the body, both externally and internally. This cancerous and/or noncancerous growth has the tendency to remain localized or spread to surrounding tissues, muscles, organs, bones, enter the bloodstream, travel through the lymphatic system and develop into a sizable growth that creates structural complications.
Related conditions to use tumor burning are those with the most desirable prognosis such as skin cancer and kidney cancer. However, tumor ablation using radiofrequency (RF) requires additional testing and research to determine its effectiveness in combating cancerous and noncancerous tumors.
Learn about the various types of cancer that may be treated by tumor burning. Make an appointment at the Florida Hospital Cancer Institute.