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Stereotactic Radiosurgery at Bassett

Bassett Medical Center offers stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) – a non-invasive form of radiation therapy used to treat tumors on the brain, spine and lungs. Despite its name, SRS is a non-surgical procedure that delivers precisely targeted radiation at higher doses that traditional radiation therapy. The result is fewer treatments, less damage to surrounding tissue and better outcomes. watch the video »

Thanks for Fixing my Grampa

When a ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm threatened Nathanial Foster Greene’s life, the team in the Cobleskill Regional Hospital Emergency Department and vascular surgeon Dr. Vitaliy Ignatovsky and his team at Bassett Medical Center came together to save him. Greene has recovered and back to enjoying time with his granddaughter Elena. read more »

An Amazing New Ankle

When ankle pain and stiffness are not resolved with pain medications, cortisone shots and physical therapy, surgery may be an option. Total ankle replacement helped get Elizabeth Cozzolino back on her feet and active again. Replacement surgery involves only a brief hospital stay and recovery is usually quicker. read more »

Making Veins Vanish

Are you bothered by spider and varicose veins? Sclerotherapy is a quick and painless procedure used to treat unsightly veins. It typically takes less than 30 minutes and patients can return to normal activity soon after the procedure. read more »

Soul Survivor - Singer Sharon Jones beat pancreatic cancer at Bassett

Soul singer Sharon Jones is back on stage performing for her fans after beating pancreatic cancer. Read about her cancer diagnosis and journey through treatment to healing. read more »

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