Our video library covers a wide range of topics, providing a quick, informative look at Texas Center for Proton Therapy, its leading-edge technology, and proton beam treatment.
Andrew Lee, M.D., MPH, medical director of Texas Center for Proton Therapy, discusses the steps he and his staff are taking to protect cancer patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Dr. Lee, telemedicine has allowed vulnerable cancer patients to receive routine care without having to come into the clinic.
Dr. Andrew Lee and his former patient, Dr. Mark Vaccaro, a radiologist, talk about the benefits of proton therapy for prostate cancer and how Dr. Vaccaro came to the conclusion that proton therapy was the right treatment option for his diagnosis.
According to the American Cancer Society, one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. Dr. Sturgeon overviews risk factors for breast cancer and why proton therapy is a good treatment option not only for someone newly diagnosed with breast cancer, but also for patients who have recurrent disease or even existing heart or lung issues.
Five-year-old brain cancer patient, Georgia Crim, celebrated her final proton therapy session, surrounded by members of her family and care team. Victor S. Mangona, M.D., radiation oncologist at Texas Center for Proton Therapy, said Georgia has done very well throughout treatment and is the youngest patient at Texas Center for Proton Therapy who has not required anesthesia during treatment.
Dr. J.E. Mendez, former patient at Texas Center for Proton Therapy, speaks about his prostate cancer diagnosis and his decision to choose proton therapy as his treatment option.
Dr. Victor Mangona, radiation oncologist on staff at Texas Center for Proton Therapy, discusses proton therapy as a treatment option for children undergoing cancer care.
Dr. Jared Sturgeon, radiation oncologist with Texas Center for Proton Therapy, discusses the symptoms associated with throat cancer and outlines the importance of early detection.
Six-year-old Caitlynne Truett completed treatment at Texas Center for Proton Therapy after being diagnosed with medulloblastoma, a rare form of brain cancer. Caitlynne has seen incredible improvement and will move forward to the next chapter of her journey with a smile and a positive attitude.
A large brain tumor left a six-year-old girl unable to walk or talk. After her brain tumor resection and proton therapy - an ultra-precise form of radiation - at Texas Center for Proton Therapy, she is talking, doing arts and crafts, and singing again. Caitlynne wrapped up her final proton treatment with big smiles and a celebration.
Texas Center for Proton Therapy offers step-by-step support to our patients and their caregivers throughout their journey. From our media lounge, to our children’s play area, to our advanced equipment, learn more about what we have to offer as we take you on a brief tour of our 63,000-square-foot facility.