MedGadget — Researchers from UC Santa Cruz, Loma Linda University, and California State University, San Bernardino have developed a technique that uses a proton accelerator to create stopping power maps. They’re currently in early stages of this research, but they’re working toward true proton computed tomography that may one day be a new 3D imaging modality along side MR and X-ray CT.
Proton therapy is continuing to be adopted in elite cancer centers as an option over traditional focused beam radiotherapy.
The article was published Oct. 30, 2012.
Read the complete article at “Researchers report progress in development of proton radiography.”