Now rising at Penn Medicine.
We call them ‘hunter cells’—modified T cells that hunt for cancer and live on in the body after the cancer is gone.
Proton therapy radiation has fewer side effects, helping patients feel better and live a more normal life.
A new immunotherapy developed at Penn may be the world’s best hope against the world’s most aggressive cancer: glioblastoma.
We are ranked #1 in the Philadelphia region and 10th in the nation for cancer care by U.S. News & World Report.
As the most advanced form of radiation, proton therapy is a beam of hope. And Penn has the only proton therapy center in the region.
Proton therapy is a non–invasive, incredibly precise cancer treatment that uses a beam of protons moving at very high speeds to destroy cancer cells.
Our experienced cancer nurses and referral staff are here to help. Call 800-789-7366 (PENN) or complete an online request.
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