Miami Cancer Institute’s world-renowned radiation oncology experts – and the advanced technologies we offer – provide you with a life-changing medical edge in your fight against cancer, right here in South Florida.

As the only cancer center in the world to offer all of the latest radiation therapy technologies under one roof, the Institute is also home to South Florida’s first state-of-the-art Proton Therapy Center, where our highly trained specialists and sub-specialists use the high-energy beams of proton therapy to target, attack and destroy cancer cells while minimizing side effects.

All of the radiotherapy options we offer enable our team of physicians to provide the very best treatment and therapy approach for all patients, personalized specifically for each patient’s particular tumor.

Led by Deputy Director and Chief of Radiation Oncology Minesh Mehta, M.D., an internationally recognized radiation oncology expert, proton therapy pioneer and leader, and cancer research expert, the Institute’s team of medical specialists collaborates with each other and across medical disciplines to offer patients comprehensive clinical expertise and access to innovative therapies and research.

More than half of cancer patients will undergo some form of radiation therapy either as a singular therapy or in combination with other therapies, depending on each patient’s individual tumor.

If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, would like more information about this or other radiation oncology programs, or would like a referral to our program, please call 786-596-2000 (main number), 786-527-8140 (radiation oncology), or 1-866-596-2330 (toll-free). Or you may click here to request an appointment online.

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