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Arizona Republic Reports on Proton Therapy at Scripps for Brain Cancer

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

Scripps provides successful proton treatments to 6-year-old boy

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The Arizona Republic recently published an article about proton therapy for cancer care, as Mayo Clinic prepares to open a proton center in Arizona next year. The article describes how 6-year-old Logan Green is doing well after receiving proton therapy at Scripps as part of his brain cancer treatments. Logan’s cancer is now in remission and he recently completed a half-year of kindergarten.

Read the Arizona Republic article: A Look at Proton Therapy for Cancer Care.

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