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Radiation Oncology Specialty Spotlight

Laser-focused radiotherapy

A team of scientists out of the University of Strathclyde in Scotland are leading research efforts to develop more precise and concentrated radiotherapy treatment using very high energy electrons (VHEEs). Current radiotherapy uses X-rays produced by relatively low energy electron beams from linear accelerators, the effects of which dissipate once absorbed at the site of entry. Researchers are now investigating VHEE beams using laser-produced high energy electron accelerators that could potentially revolutionize radiotherapy and cancer treatment.

Featured Medical Mission

If you’ve been searching for a way to give back, consider medical missions work. We make it easy for you to find a trip that fits your needs through our MedicalMissions.org website. Registration is free for medical volunteers and for organizations who are recruiting healthcare personnel.

Check out this issue’s featured mission trip to Thailand, sponsored by World Missions Alliance.

Medical Missions Featured
LocumTenens.com Featured Jobs

Radiation Oncology Jobs

LocumTenens.com has over 100 Radiation Oncology opportunities open on our website now. Search jobs to find the right fit for you.

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