Developing Innovative, Robust and Affordable Medical Linear Accelerators for Challenging Environments

Motivated by stunning projections regarding the rise of cancer cases globally to 25 million cases in 2035 with 70% of those occurring in low- and middle- income countries, coupled with the paucity of access to radiotherapy treatment – an essential component of curative and palliative care – a group of individuals from the International Cancer Expert Corps (ICEC), Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC UK), CERN and others, took on the challenge to meet the demands for cancer care focusing on the need to develop a medical linear accelerator to be used in resource-limited settings.  Read the Editorial in Clinical Oncology

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