by Brendon Nafziger
, DOTmed News Associate Editor | December 21, 2011
Ion Beam Applications S.A. will supply the cyclotron and treatment rooms for Tennessee's first-ever proton therapy center.
Provision Healthcare LLC, which is developing the $70 million center, said it signed a deal with IBA to supply a cyclotron, two gantry rooms, one fixed-beam room and long-term service for the equipment.
The center, to be located on Provision's campus in Knoxville, will start treating patients in early 2014, the companies said.
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IBA, headquartered in Belgium, said it has supplied proton systems to 11 working proton therapy centers worldwide, and nine under development.