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The anti-corruption police confirmed on Monday that they had filed charges of abuse of office against an unnamed person involved in the case. The country's largest health insurer claims that the letter of intent signed by Antonin Pecenka is invalid
Health minister Edith Schippers is poised to licence a number of teaching hospitals to carry out proton therapy, a form of radiation treatment, the paper says. However, there are doubts in some circles about the success of the therapy and insurers
Rapid advances in cancer treatment such as precision radiation therapy have helped target diseased cells while leaving healthy tissue untouched The word cancer' may still invoke fear, but the disease is a long way from being the death sentence it
The company claims that radiotherapy is a main tool for controlling tumor growth, yet damage to surrounding normal tissues limit the amount of radiation that can be used to kill tumors. Additionally, side-effects of radiotherapy can have long lasting
Lee Kling Center for Proton Therapy at the Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine in St...S250 is a unique proton therapy device designed to deliver the same precise, non-invasive treatment
September 20, 2013 University Hospitals will break ground Friday, Sept. 20, on a $30 million proton therapy center a project that, once completed, will position UH as one of the few health systems in the country armed with the emerging cancer-
Here's a report from The Advisory Board Company entitled, "Achieving financial success in proton therapy in 2013." Here's the imperative laid out in the report: This turns the scientific method on its head. Instead of conducting research to determine
In April, an article in the BMJ questioned whether the government's £250m investment was premature. For most indications, reported a review of the evidence in February, no firm conclusions could be drawn about the superiority of protons over photons
a leading provider of turnkey technology solutions for advanced radiosurgical and radiation therapy services, announced today that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has posted a revision of the previously proposed rule for Medicare'
Blue Shield of California is taking on this high-cost radiation treatment just as Scripps Health in San Diego prepares to open a gleaming, $230-million proton beam therapy center this fall, only the second one in California and the 12th nationwide.