The ProNova Difference
Don’t treat tomorrow’s patients with yesterday’s proton therapy technology. Take advantage of ProNova's no-compromise solution.
Innovation Without Compromise
Currently, the average cost of building a proton therapy treatment facility is $150 million. The ProNova SC360 is changing that. We have harnessed the power of proton therapy and created a compact system that incorporates the latest technology developments at less than half the cost, one tenth the weight and half the size of current systems available today. It differs from other proposed compact systems in that it will feature the full functionality of full-size systems available today on a highly expandable treatment platform, allowing for growth into the most advanced forms of treatment.
A History of Success
ProNova has assembled a strong technical and commercial team of experienced and knowledgeable entrepreneurs who have demonstrated success in the development and delivery of advanced technology to the medical device market. Founded by the leaders of CTI Molecular Imaging, ProNova’s team brought positron emission tomography (PET) technology out of the laboratory and made it a clinical reality for millions of cancer patients. Our team's early work revolutionized cancer diagnostics and helped to develop an industry with over 350 cyclotrons, over 3,000 PET & PET/CT systems and 160 PET radiopharmaceutical distribution centers installed around the world today. The same team will redefine cancer treatment once again with the introduction of the SC360 proton therapy system.
Partnerships That Make the Difference
ProNova is partnered with some of the leading healthcare and proton therapy providers and developers in the country, including Provision Health Alliance of Knoxville, Provision Center for Proton Therapy (PCPT), ProCure, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the University of Tennessee and Indiana University Health. In addition, the ProNova system is developed in our own facility, partnered closely with a highly integrated clinical site, providing you the opportunity for an inside look at its development. To get an inside view as it’s developed, visit the Provision Center for Proton Therapy in Knoxville, TN.