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Cost-Effectiveness of Proton Therapy for Breast Cancer Makes Headlines

Note to Patients: The following news is posted for archival purposes only. Scripps is no longer accepting new patients for proton therapy.

Scripps Proton Therapy Center uses ProBeam, pencil-beam technology to treat cancer.

The Imperial Valley News and other media outlets recently covered a new study that shows the cost-effectiveness of proton therapy for treating breast cancer. The study, led by MD Anderson Cancer Center, was presented at a medical conference in October. Scripps Proton Therapy Center radiation oncologist Huan Giap, MD, PhD, offered his insights into the study.

Visit the Imperial Valley News to read Study Finds Proton Therapy Cost-Effective for Breast Cancer Treatment.

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