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Zapping Tumors in Less Than a Second

News   Dec 03, 2018 | Original story from Stanford University

 
Zapping Tumors in Less Than a Second

Researchers at SLAC and Stanford are developing new accelerator-based technology that aims to speed up cancer radiation therapy by hundreds of times and make related medical devices more compact. The approach could reduce side effects in patients and possibly make radiation therapy more accessible around the world. (Greg Stewart/SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

 
 
 

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