HIL’s abstract accepted to PTCOG 56, Japan
The abstract, titled “A pathway to ultra-compact, truly cost-effective, proton therapy solutions”, will be presented as a poster during the PTCOG Scientific Meeting in Yokohama, this coming May.
Written in collaboration with Scientists from FermiLab (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory) and SLAC (Stanford University National Accelerator Laboratory), it outlines HIL’s key achievements in recent years – leading to the conclusion that truly compact and cost-effective PT solutions are indeed within reach.
PTCOG (Particle Therapy Co-Operative Group) is the premier scientific organization and meeting in the field of Proton and Particle Therapy, and – in no small way – is the heart and soul of the global PT community.
Come meet HIL’s CEO Sagi Brink-Danan at the Poster Session (Physics – P272), Fri May 12th 5:30pm – get the latest news, learn of the newest achievements, or just say hi.