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Proton Laser Therapy Beats CHEMO Higher Cure Rate
User ID: kaput
05-17-2018 03:26 PM

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Proton Laser Therapy Beats CHEMO Higher Cure Rate

officially has similar success rates as chemo but with little to no radiation fallout.I have talked to some people involved in the UF program and they tell me its much better than chemo.

Hopefully this helps some of you or your family members.

A. When there is an indication to treat the regional lymph nodes, the heart and lung are at higher risk of radiation exposure compared to treatment of the breast or chest wall alone. Proton therapy results in significantly reduced exposure of the heart and lung to radiation while maintaining the high dose to the target regions. Thus, proton therapy can minimize the risk of side effects without compromising tumor control.
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User ID: 1337
05-17-2018 03:33 PM

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05-17-2018 03:37 PM


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RE: Proton Laser Therapy Beats CHEMO Higher Cure Rate
Its probably pretty expensive because they have to have a particle accelerator. But unlike gamma they can focus where the energy is deposited avoiding damage to surrounding tissue.

I watched the Great Courses new release called Nuclear Physics and they covered it with a tour of a facility. I do remember like 40 years ago when I was a physics student at university we had a guest speaker that was touting it.
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