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Proton International

Our Qualifications

The Proton International team has collectively been involved with the development of more proton centers than any staff in the business. Our services includes design, construction, equipment installation, commissioning, training, clinical protocols, ongoing equipment service and maintenance and operational support.

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Services Offered

We specialize in one & two room centers

  • Business Planning and Feasibility
  • Financing
  • Organizational Structure
  • Building Design & Construction
  • Installation
  • Commissioning & Training

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Proton International

Making Protons Accessible

Access to Proton Therapy is complicated by the restricted number of centers, the timing issues of cancer as a demanding disease, and the costs. PI has addressed these by starting a Proton Access Program to provide patients and physicians with the tools to make this treatment available.

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Proton Therapy Lowers Treatment Side Effects in Pediatric Head and Neck Cancer Patients

Penn Study article

Penn, CHOP study finds treatment is just as effective as photon radiation while improving quality of life - October 23, 2017

A recent study performed between Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), has analyzed 6 years of pediatric head and neck proton beam therapy (PBT) and published their findings in the journal of Pediatric Blood and Cancer.

Here is a quick list of some of the key points:

  • Cancers of the head and neck account for 12 percent of all pediatric cancers
  • Study included 69 pediatric head and neck patients treated with PBT between 2010 and 2016
  • 1 year after treatment 93 percent of patients were still alive and 92 percent did not experience recurrence
  • Toxicities are measured on a scale from 1 to 5, 5 being the highest. No patients receiving PBT were above grade 3, while 46 percent of photon patients historically report 3 or 4 grade mucositis.

If you would like to read the full article or see more from Penn Medicine News click here.

Experienced Team

handshake squareTurnkey offering from a team that has collectively been involved with the development of more proton centers than any team in the business.

Our services includes design, construction, equipment installation, commissioning, training, clinical protocols, ongoing equipment service and maintenance and operational support.

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