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JUNE 7, 2006
  University of Pennsylvania Health System to Begin Construction of Proton Therapy Treatment Facility
  Cancer Patients to Have Access to the Most Precise and Sophisticated Treatment Available

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IBA Proton Therapy Technology
With the courtesy of IBA - © IBA 2006

Illustration of Cyclotron,
Gantries & Beam Line
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Inside of Cyclotron
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Proton Beam Leaving Cyclotron
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Proton Beam Line
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Rear of Gantry
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Proton Therapy Treatment Center
© Tsoi/Kobus & Associates, Inc.

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Rendering of Treatment Room
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Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine
Courtesy of Perkins Eastman

Rendering of the Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine
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