Scripps Proton Therapy Listed by UT Among Top Health Technology in 2014

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

Scripps diabetes expert weighs in advances in blood glucose monitoring

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

An article about top new medical technology in 2014 by the U-T San Diego featured the Scripps Proton Therapy Center which uses ProBeam, pencil-beam technology to treat cancer.

The article also featured Share, a blood glucose monitoring technology from San Diego-based DexCom, which is being tested at Scripps Health for generating an alert when a diabetes patient’s blood sugar is headed into a danger zone, according to Athena Philis-Tsimikas, MD, an endocronologist and corporate vice president for the Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute.

The U-T article: Technology Sparks New Medical Devices, is not available at this time.

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