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Dr. Eyal Fenig
HDR Brachytherapy · Radiotherapy
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Rabin Medical Center
Jerusalem District, Israel
39 Ze'ev Jabotinsky Street Jerusalem Jerusalem District Israel
Professor Eyal Fenig is in charge of the radiotherapy department at the Davidic Cancer Center of the Rabin Medical Center. In addition, he is a clinical professor at Tel Aviv University. Professor Fenig received his medical education at the Technion (Haifa) and completed his residency at the Beilinson Hospital of the Rabin Medical Center. Later, Professor Fenig completed an internship in the Department of Radiotherapy of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York (USA). Professor Eyal Fenig is a regular member of professional societies and organizations like the American Society of Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) and the Israeli Society of Oncology. Professor Eyal Fenig's areas of professional interest: radiotherapy and brachytherapy in the field of oncogynecological diseases neuroendocrine skin cancer: Merkel carcinoma Radiotherapy for prostate cancer Radiotherapy for brain tumors radiotherapy in children Irradiation for lymphoma Professor Eyal Fenigi is an expert in the field of HDR brachytherapy and radiotherapy. Radiotherapy, also known as radiation therapy, is a type of cancer treatment that uses high-energy radiation to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors. It works by damaging the DNA inside cancer cells, which makes it difficult for them to grow and divide. There are two main types of radiotherapy: external beam radiation therapy and internal radiation therapy (brachytherapy). External-beam radiation therapy is delivered from a machine outside the body, and the radiation is targeted at the area of the body where the cancer is located. This type of therapy is usually given over a period of several weeks, with daily treatments lasting a few minutes each. Internal radiation therapy involves placing a radioactive source inside the body, either temporarily or permanently. This type of therapy is often used to treat certain types of cancer, such as prostate cancer or cervical cancer.