Proton Therapy for Head and Neck Cancer: Angie’s Story

Proton Therapy for Head and Neck Cancer | Angie’s Story

When Angie was diagnosed with olfactory neuroblastoma, a rare cancer in the upper part of her nasal cavity, she turned to Johns Hopkins Medicine for care. After her surgical resection, Angie underwent adjuvant proton therapy at the Johns Hopkins Proton Therapy Center in Washington, D.C. Angie credits Johns Hopkins' multi-disciplinary approach of surgery and proton therapy for a personalized and effective treatment that left her in remission.

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The Johns Hopkins Proton Therapy Center

Located at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C., our center combines advanced proton therapy technology, the latest research and caring specialists who provide tailored treatments for a variety of adult and pediatric cancers.