Top Resources for Learning About Proton Therapy


How do I Learn More about Proton Therapy?

Although proton therapy has been around since 1954 and more than 70,000 patients have been treated, this unique therapy for treating cancerous tumors is still one of the best-kept secrets.  Today, nine out of the top ten cancer hospitals in the U.S. either have proton therapy or are in the planning stages of building a proton center, yet broad awareness of proton therapy has only recently developed with the wide spread use of social media.  The best place to learn more about proton therapy is online.  In addition to the information on the Provision Center for Proton Therapy web site, below you will find my Top 10 List of some of the best places to start learning more about proton therapy.

Loma Linda University Medical Center

As the nation’s first hospital-based proton treatment center, Loma Linda University Medical Center has led the way in the treatment, research and delivery of proton therapy.

MD Anderson Cancer Center

The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center is an international center of excellence for proton therapy, research and education. It is the world’s first proton therapy facility located within a comprehensive cancer center

University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute

Since opening in August 2006, more than 150,914 proton cancer treatments have been delivered to more than 4,377 patients at the University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute

Mayo Clinic

Proton therapy — Comprehensive overview covers definition, risks, and results of proton therapy.

Mass General

Treatment at the MGH Francis H. Burr Proton Therapy Center uses energy from the protons of atoms to destroy cancer cells.

Penn Medicine Roberts Proton Therapy Center

The largest facility in the world for this precise form of cancer radiation.


Cancer resources for patients and healthcare professionals.

ProCure Proton Therapy Centers

ProCure is here to answer your questions about proton therapy.


The National Association for Proton Therapy (NAPT) was founded in 1990 to promote the therapeutic benefits of proton therapy for cancer.

Proton Bob

Proton Therapy for Prostate Cancer 
Non-invasive, Minimal Side Effects, Excellent Cure Rates