What is Proton Therapy
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Proton therapy is effective in treating many types of cancers, as well as some non-cancerous tumors. Only a doctor can help you determine the best treatment approach for you.

Who benefits most from proton therapy?

Many patients can benefit from proton therapy, including children. The precision of protons may be particularly beneficial for patients whose tumors are near critical organs or structures (such as the brain, bladder, rectum, heart or spinal cord), patients whose cancers have recurred, and patients who can’t tolerate any more X-ray radiation therapy.

Proton therapy can often be used in combination with chemotherapy, as a follow-up treatment to surgery and in combination with standard X-ray radiation. You should discuss combination therapy with a radiation oncologist and a medical oncologist to decide the best treatment option.

Cancerous Tumors

Cancerous Tumors

Below is a list of the more common cancers and tumors we treat with proton therapy. If you do not see your tumor listed, please call us at 1-855-528-7248. We treat many cancers beyond the ones listed here.

  • Gynecological Cancers
  • Lymphoma
  • Skin Cancers
  • Certain other solid tumors

Childhood Cancers

Childhood Cancers

Finding out your child has cancer is heartbreaking. We’re here to give your child every opportunity to live a healthy, normal life. While this time can be extremely emotional, it’s important to stay as informed as possible about your treatment options. The good news is, advances in treatment methods and technology have significantly improved outcomes.