Where can you find out about Proton Therapy?

Posted by Jim Tuggey on February 13th, 2010 — Posted in General

A recent study publicized recently seems to indicate that learning about Prostate cancer treatment depends on who you visit to provide Prostate Cancer care.

I read, and or talk about Protons every day for at least three hours or more seven days a week to keep up to speed on what’s happening and I find that the kind of treatment may be recommended may depend on what the local hospital can do on site rather than what is available if you know where to look.


I want you to go to www.protonbob.com and read the many testimonies that are there all from actual Proton patients who, like me, want to spread the good news.

A few years ago I wrote a Blog post about the responsibility of Doctors to know all the treatments that work and tell the patient so he or she can make their own decision based on what is right for their situation; so ask them about Protons.

I read recently that the Northern Illinois University Proton site may be in funding trouble and will be delayed. That’s too bad since it is almost located on top of Fermi Labs in West Chicago where the medical value of the Proton was first identified by Dr. Wilson. The laboratory was founded in 1967 as the National Accelerator Laboratory; it was renamed in honor of Enrico Fermi in 1974. The lab’s first director was Robert Rathbun Wilson, who was part of the Manhattan Project.

The picture to the right is Robert R. Wilson Hall located in West Chicago.

Go to my home page read the “Links” and find out how to contact me by E-mail. I usually respond to you in one hour or less.

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