One Harvard researcher called proton beam units unaffordable “Death Stars.” A Harvard-linked hospital has one.

It's not unusual for health policy researchers to hold opinions that differ from parent institutions. Here's one case. A Kaiser Health News story says "the facilities zap cancer with beams of subatomic proton particles instead of conventional radiation. The treatment, which can cost $48,000 or more, affects surrounding tissue less than traditional radiation does because … Continue reading One Harvard researcher called proton beam units unaffordable “Death Stars.” A Harvard-linked hospital has one.

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