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Proton Therapy UK Ltd.
Proton Therapy UK Ltd.
After the successful proton therapy treatment of Hodgkin's lymphoma,Pavla M. a member of the Czech Army, could come back to duty.

"Thanks to how everything went well and fast, I could go back to my work, to my family and live the same life as I lived before".

Accurate proton beam targeting allows patients a high chance of cure, eliminates other sequelae and can live as before treatment.

The Proton Center in Prague is a world leader in the proton treatment of Hodgkin's and Non-Hodgkin's lymphomas.
Proton Therapy UK Ltd.
Proton Therapy UK Ltd.
Proton Therapy UK Ltd.
It has been more than 6 years since Joe Tuftnell received a successful proton treatment for prostate cancer. Now Joe is helping patients to decide on the suitable treatment. If you have any questions, contact him through the team PTUK https://ukprotontherapy.co.uk/
Proton Therapy UK Ltd.
Proton Therapy UK Ltd.
PTUK is celebrating The International Day of MEDICAL PHYSICS
Proton Therapy UK Ltd.
Proton Therapy UK Ltd.
We are happy to attend the Swallow Charity event Head and Neck Conference 2019
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Proton Therapy UK Ltd.
Proton Therapy UK Ltd.
Proton therapy significantly reduces the level of toxicity to healthy tissues, compared to standard radiotherapy.
It means that the number of hospitalisations and the use of PEG tube after proton treatment is almost zero.
Watch the presentation by MUDr. Eliška Rotnáglová, Ph.D., ENT SPECIALIST at Annual Patient’s Meeting of Proton Therapy Supporters in London 2018.
Proton Therapy UK Ltd.
Proton Therapy UK Ltd.
MUDr. Eliška Rotnáglová, Ph.D., ENT SPECIALIST working as consultant for head and neck cancer patients treated in Proton Therapy Centre in Prague. She reached her PhD degree focused on HPV involvement in oropharyngeal carcinogenesis at the department of Otorhinolaryngology head and neck Surgery of the 1st faculty of Medicine. Charles University and Faculty Hospital Motol in Prague. There she gained most of her experience with head and neck cancer patients.
Her task in Brighton is to report what are the side effects of proton beam radiotherapy for treatment for the head and neck cancer.