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Nov 15, 2016 | Proton News
Comprised of radiation oncologists and physicists from around the world, the 20-member advisory board draws on their collective experience to provide clinical insights on proton therapy. Read more >
Nov 01, 2016 | Research Q&A, Prof. Grau
The Danish Center for Particle Therapy will be a public, national research center, offering proton therapy free of charge to all appropriate Danish patients. In this Q&A, Cai Grau, DMSc, discusses how the face of radiotherapy care in Denmark is changing. Read more >
Oct 19, 2016 | Research Q&A, Dr. Perentesis
In this Q&A, Dr. Perentesis shares his thoughts on some of the benefits of proton therapy research including reducing side effects and secondary cancers, as well as improving long-term outcomes. Read more >
Oct 05, 2016 | Research Q&A, Dr. Weber
The Center for Proton Therapy at the Paul Scherrer Institute focuses research on the optimization of treatment delivery and development of innovative treatment concepts. In this Q&A, Dr. Weber offers his insight and experience in proton therapy. Read more >
Sep 21, 2016 | Proton News
Highlighted at the Varian Medial Systems' booth #5063 at ASTRO will be the ProBeam® Compact Single-Room Proton Therapy System that offers end-to-end integration, enabling adaptive therapy for better patient care. Read more >
Sep 07, 2016 | Physician Perspective, Dr. Ryan Grover
Head and neck cancers can be challenging to treat as they are often adjacent to multiple critical structures, such as the optic nerves or the brain stem. At Scripps, we are successfully treating these complex cancers using multi-field optimization intensity-modulated proton therapy (MFO-IMPT) and CBCT. Read more >