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Dr. Curtiland Deville discusses his experience with proton therapy and the technology, research and treatment that will be conducted at The Johns Hopkins Proton Therapy Center
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Dr. Stephen Broderick and the lung cancer team at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center in the greater Washington area work to quickly diagnosis and effectively treat lung cancer.
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Proton Therapy Case Study — Breast Cancer
Given the physical characteristics of protons (no exit dose), proton beam therapy may reduce the cardiovascular toxicity of radiation treatment compared to other forms of photon-based external beam radiotherapy by reducing the radiation ...
Proton Therapy FAQs for Breast Cancer
Through molecular profiling and other technologies, researchers have found ways to better characterize tumors and tailor treatments to the unique tumor signature as well as the overall health of each patient.
Guided Brachytherapy Delivers Targeted Treatment for Gynecologic Cancers
Johns Hopkins Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center radiation oncologists are guiding placement of the brachytherapy in real time, using state-of-the art biomatrix magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology.
Out of Many Ovarian Precancerous Lesions, One Becomes Cancer
Some deadly ovarian cancers arise from lesions genetically unrelated to each other
Autoantibodies Offer Clues to Co-Incidence of Cancer and Scleroderma in Some Patients
The Johns Hopkins Scleroderma Center followed a group of 168 patients with anti-RNA Pol III antibodies for five years, comparing those with and without detectable cancer.
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