Zoltan, Everyone is different and every cancer case is different so what ione person has for treatment is not necessarily applicable to your case. That being said asking what the treatment options are is a great quiestion. There are lots of options that may apply to each case. It is a question that you need to address with your Drs and get them to explain all of the risks and rewards for each option in a manner that you can understand. To help you out i will list some of the general options. Please note that this list is not intended to be complete and not all options may apply to your case.
Surgery - This is often what patients think of forst. When told they have cancer they want it out as soon as possible and in a lot of cases it is possible and a good starting point but it is not without risks and will not work in all cases.
Chemotherapy - This is probably the most used cancer treatment in that it can treat cancer throughout the body. Diffreent drugs are used depending on the type of cancer and the application varries widely. Most chemo had multiple parts, usually one part disarms your imune system while others attack the cancer in various ways.
Radiatiion - This is probaly the third most used treatment, but there arre not various forms of radiation and various methods of applying it. It is designed to irridate the cancer and kill it with the radiation, but it can also affect nearby tissue.
Cyber Knife - Is a sprcalized version of readiation that is more targeted to the cancer and tries to do less damage to surounding tissue.
Radio Frequency Ablatiion; - A metal probe (essentally an antrenna) is inserted and radio waves are used to attack the tumor and kill it.
Freezing - This is where the turmoe is literally frozen to death by application of a cold media.
Proton Therapy - Is similar to radiation but uses protons not radiation.
Hope this hepls you begin your conversations with you Drs. Good Luck