This article is not about fake news. Nor is it about bad news. It’s not even about good news. This article is about no news, which contrary to popular belief, is not always good news. When proton therapy is entirely left out of a discussion about radiotherapy for treating cancer—especially prostate cancer—my blood boils. When people use the term “radiation” with the unstated assumption that there is only one kind—the conventional type, the traditional approach, “regular” radiation—I want to tear my hair out. As you might already detect, this article is a bit of a rant, triggered by a couple …
A man, a dog, and a proton beam:
Learn exactly what it’s like to receive proton beam radiation therapy for prostate cancer. This is the complete, step-by-step detail from the patient’s point of view in non-technical language with just enough light humor to soften a serious subject. It will help those considering proton radiation decide whether this often misunderstood therapy is the right approach for them, and will serve as a helpful guide for those who have already chosen this state-of-the-art treatment option.
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