Doctors at Mayo Clinic in Florida treat gynecologic tumors, melanoma of the eye, sarcomas of the extremities and tumors of the breast, prostate and bile duct.
Mayo Clinic in Florida also offers intravascular brachytherapy (IVBT). IVBT is used to treat several types of heart artery disease.
People who receive brachytherapy at Mayo Clinic in Florida work with a radiation oncology team of doctors, radiation therapists, specialists in measuring the dosage of radiation (dosimetrists), physicists and oncology nurses. Each radiation oncologist specializes in treating certain types of cancers. Radiation oncologists also coordinate care with other doctors caring for a person.
To request an appointment with a physician in Radiation Oncology, call 904-953-1000 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Eastern time, Monday through Friday. The fax number is
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