Patient Stories from the UH Proton Therapy Center

Proton therapy is highly advanced form of external radiation therapy that uses robotic technology and an image guidance system to deliver a precise, focused beam of radiation to cancerous and non-cancerous tumors or lesions. Because the radiation beam is so targeted, there is less damage to healthy tissue and fewer immediate and long-term side effects. University Hospitals is the only provider in Northeast Ohio to offer this innovative treatment option.

Read these inspirational stories of patients who were treated with proton therapy at University Hospitals.

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Ashley's Story

As a young mother of two, Ashley was diagnosed with brain tumor that incapacitated her. After receiving a combination of proton therapy, surgery and chemotherapy, Ashley’s life has returned to normal.

Jane's Story

Jane's Story

14-Year-old Proton Therapy Patient Gets to Attend Grammys   A beaming Bay Village teenager enjoyed a backstage experience at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards Ceremony, posing for pictures with celebrity recording artists Adele, Katy Perry and Chance...

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