Feasibility of using laser ion accelerators in proton therapy View Full Text


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DATE

2002-05

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S. V. Bulanov, V. S. Khoroshkov

ABSTRACT

The feasibility of using laser plasma as a source of high-energy ions for the purposes of proton therapy is discussed. The proposal is based on the efficient ion acceleration observed in recent laboratory and numerical experiments on the interaction of high-power laser radiation with gaseous and solid targets. The specific dependence of proton energy losses in biological tissues (the Bragg peak) promotes the solution of one of the main problems of radiation therapy, namely, the irradiation of a malignant tumor with a sufficiently strong and homogeneous dose, ensuring that the irradiation of the surrounding healthy tissues and organs is minimal. In the scheme proposed, a beam of fast ions accelerated by a laser pulse can be integrated in the installations intended for proton therapy. More... »

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453-456

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