Likely yes, but wait
A lot depends on the size lack of nodes +, and location, but surgery is still the established treatment for this.
Once nodes are involved, chemo is needed. Stereosotactic radiosurgery
-srs can control 90+% of small lesions. Many focus on the equipment, controlling motion, but the consept is many beams focused on a target cancer
delivering very high doses each day for 3-5 days. Get more info.