Published in Cancer Weekly, March 15th, 1999
The treatment, called boron neutron capture therapy, kills cancer tumors by breaking them up with neutrons, uncharged elementary particles found in the nuclei of atoms. Although the concept of neutron therapy isn't new, scientists so far haven't been successful in measuring the energy of neutrons with sufficient accuracy.
Scientists at Ohio are producing neutrons and making precise measurements of their direction and...
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