Proton & Radiotherapy

Radiotherapy Equipment Available at SAM

Varian Probeam

360-degree rotating arm with high-output pencil beam scanning proton therapy, robotic couch, and integrated high-definition CT for image-guidance.

Varian Halcyon

A powerful, fast and precise linear accelerator for photon radiotherapy.

SDX - Breath hold and gating for moving targets

e.g. breast, lung and liver.

On-site MRI, CT and PET/CT, Nasoendoscopy

Proton Beam Therapy (PBT)

Uses high-energy sub-atomic particles called protons to precisely target tumours in the body while reducing radiation damage to surrounding normal organs and tissue. It is often used in the treatment of complex cancers such as in the head and neck, brain, liver, and in childhood cancers.

Medisave and Medishield claimable, Major insurances accepted *

Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy
(SBRT)

Also known as stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR), is an advanced radiation therapy technique that uses highly precise and concentrated radiation doses to kill cancer cells in various parts of the body such as the bone, lungs, and liver.

Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS)

Is a non-invasive radiation therapy technique that delivers a concentrated dose of radiation to a precisely defined target in the brain, sparing normal tissues and killing cancer cells.

Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT)

Allows for the modulation of radiation beams in order to optimise target coverage and sparing of normal organs. This is achieved through the use of advanced computer algorithms and multiple radiation beams.

Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy (VMAT)

Is similar to IMRT but instead of multiple fields, the treatment is delivered continuously in arcs, resulting in faster treatment times compared to IMRT.

3D Conformal Radiotherapy

Utilizes advanced imaging to create a three-dimensional map of the tumor and normal organs in order to create a customised radiation treatment plan.

Electron Beam Therapy

These small particles have a short range and deposit their energy superficially, making them ideal for treating tumours near the skin surface.

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