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Open House Sunday, April 30th!

Sunday, April 30th - 1pm-3pm

Tour our facility and meet our staff.
Refreshments catered by Jon Zeller of That Place on Palmyra in Dixon.

Join Us In Welcoming Dr. Miles

Dr. Miles

Northern Illinois Cancer Treatment Center is delighted to announce Edward Miles, M.D. has joined our outstanding team.

He is a board-certified radiation oncologist trained at Duke University Medical Center.

Dr. Miles brings with him a wealth of radiation oncology experience and knowledge. His immense skills are coupled with a kindhearted, warm personality.

Join us to meet Dr. Miles in person and learn more about him at our open house.

What Is Radiation Therapy?


When you are battling cancer it’s important to use the most effective therapy against your tumor(s). Radiation therapy is used to kill cancer cells and shrink your tumors. Radiation damages cells making it impossible for these cells to continue to grow and divide. Although radiation does damage cancer and normal cells, most normal cells can recover from the effects of radiation and function properly. The goal is to damage as many of your cancer cells as possible and limit harm to your healthy tissue.

Rapidarc™ Radiotherapy Technology


RapidArc™ radiotherapy technology from Varian Medical Systems is a new approach to image-guided, intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IG-IMRT) that delivers precise treatments in shorter times than conventional IMRT.

RapidArc™ represents a major medical advance and is more comfortable for patients because they spend less time in their daily treatments. A fast, precise RapidArc treatment takes less than two minutes. Patients can be in and out of treatment quickly and return to their daily routine.

Expertise You Can Trust

In addition to our exceptional staff and treatment offerings, another benefit of the center has been that patients who are diagnosed with cancer and are prescribed radiation treatment do not have to travel to Rockford or the Quad Cities for their treatment. This close location has helped reduce patient stress that surfaces as a result of frequent travel.

The opening of the center offered area cancer patients the opportunity to receive their treatment close to home, and has continued to provide quality care for more than two decades.

Contact us with any questions or concerns you may have when referring your patients to Northern Illinois Cancer Treatment Center.