Y90 radioembolization is a minimally invasive procedure that combines embolization and radiation therapy to treat liver cancer.

A celiac plexus block is an injection of local anesthetic into or around the celiac plexus of nerves to lower abdominal pain from cancer.

Percutaneous ablation treats tumors by using specialized needles that freeze or heat up the tissue killing the cancerous cells, without the need of surgery.

Cryoablation uses extremely cold temperatures to kill cancer cells. Doctors started using it to treat small kidney cancer tumors as early as 1999, and the results have been extremely impressive.

Chemoembolization, or TACE procedure, delivers chemotherapy directly to liver tumors through the artery that supplies blood to the tumor.

Percutaneous lung cancer ablation involves treatments using specialized needles that destroy cancer cells using heat or freezing temperatures. No open surgery is required.