Radiation Oncology Video Gallery

Radiation Oncology: A Patient’s Journey

Jeff describes why he chose to come to Philadelphia from Seattle, Washington to receive Proton Therapy at the Abramson Cancer Center: "Unprecedented, helpful and hospitable" attention and care — from his first phone call to the time in the clinic.

Christine E. Hill-Kayser, MD, Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology

Christine E. Hill-Kayser, MD, a radiation oncologist who specializes in treating pediatric patients with cancer, discusses the Roberts Proton Therapy Center's pediatric capabilities, including a dedicated pediatric waiting room.

Eli Glatstein, MD, Professor of Radiation Oncology

Eli Glatstein, MD, radiation oncologist, discusses combining radiation therapy with other treatment methods to optimize outcomes and the Penn Radiation Oncology's focus on delivery high quality care and establishing strong relationships.

Gary M. Freedman, MD, Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology

Gary M. Freedman, MD, a radiation oncologist who specializes in treating breast cancer, discusses Penn's multidisciplinary care, clinical trials and state-of-the-art technology that allow patients to maintain normal activities during treatment.

James Metz, MD - Radiation Oncologist at Penn Medicine

Watch an interview with James Metz, MD, the clinical director of radiation oncology at Penn Medicine. The transcript is included below.

Keith Cengel, MD, PhD - Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology

Keith Cengel, MD, PhD, a radiation oncologist who specializes in treating mesothelioma, tumors of the surface, sarcoma and neuroendocrine tumors discusses Penn's multidisciplinary care, individualized treatment plans and cutting-edge therapies.

Michelle Alonso-Basanta, MD, PhD - Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology

Michelle Alonso-Basanta, MD, PhD, a radiation oncologist who specializes in treating nervous system tumors, discusses the benefits of having all aspects of cancer care under one roof and the importance of educating patients about treatment options.

Proton Radiation Therapy for Head and Neck - My Experience

Tom shares his experience receiving radiation therapy for head and neck cancer at Penn's Roberts Proton Therapy Center. Get an inside look at the process from preparation and making the screening helmet to actually receiving radiation therapy.

Neha Vapiwala, MD - Radiation Oncologist at Penn Medicine

Watch an interview with Neha Vapiwala, MD, a radiation oncologist at Penn Medicine.

Radiation Oncology - What to Expect at Penn Medicine

This video guides viewers through the radiation therapy treatment process at Penn Medicine. From consultation through treatment, this video will provide an overview of what to expect as well as an opportunity to meet the radiation oncology team at Penn Medicine.

Robert Lustig, MD - Director, Clinical Operations, Professor of Clinical Radiation Oncology

Robert Lustig, MD, director of clinical operations and radiation oncologist, discusses Penn's multidisciplinary approach to treatment of brain tumors as well as the full range of radiation therapy options.

A Patient Story: Robert Lustig, MD, Radiation Oncologist

Robert Lustig, MD, director of clinical operations and radiation oncologist, discusses his diagnosis of prostate cancer, proton therapy treatment and long-term survivorship.

Zelig A. Tochner, MD, Professor of Radiation Oncology

Zelig A. Tochner, MD, director of the proton therapy project, discusses Penn's Roberts Proton Therapy Center, the largest center of its kind in the world. He highlights the benefits of proton therapy, including minimal radiation to healthy tissue.

Alexander Lin, MD - Radiation Oncologist at Penn Medicine

Watch an interview with Alexander Lin, MD, a radiation oncologist at Penn Medicine.