The first adolescent patient of the Proton Therapy Center at the Berezin Sergey Medical Institute (MIBS) was a 13-year-old boy undergoing proton therapy for a brain tumor. According to the individual treatment plan, the proton therapy course will last about a month and will consist of 20 fractions.More info
This week, the second treatment room with a rotating gantry went into operation at the Berezin Sergey Medical Institute (MIBS) Proton Therapy Center in St. Petersburg.More info
During a year of operation, the first and to date the only clinical proton therapy center in Russia and the CIS countries, the Berezin Sergey Medical Institute (MIBS) in St. Petersburg has treated almost 200 people, more than 45% of whom are children.More info
Patients of the Proton Therapy Center at the Berezin Sergey Medical Institute (MIBS) met with one of the Marvel Comics authors, American comic books writer Steve Englehart. Steve flew to the St. Petersburg Proton Center, to unveil his new comic book The Intrepid Proton-Man.
Today Dr. Berezin Medical Institute (MIBS) Proton Therapy Center completed treatment of its thousandth patient since opening the center. The center expects to have treated 800 patients by year’s end, achieving a major milestone in the operational objectives of the proton center.
Varian Medical Systems, the world leader in the proton therapy equipment market, presented the Berezin Sergey Medical Institute (MIBS) with the commemorative trophy confirming that the first Russian proton center has treated its 1,000th patient.More info
The first Russian proton therapy center has become one of the busiest health-care facilities of this type in the world
Last year, the first clinical proton therapy center in the Russian Federation and the CIS countries, opened by the Sergey Berezin Medical Institute (MIBS) in the spring of 2017 in St. Petersburg, treated 890 patients, becoming one of the busiest centers in the world. The circumstances that forced us to work to the limit included the coronavirus pandemic and ... state support.More info
The St. Petersburg proton therapy center of the Berezin Sergey Medical Institute (MIBS) has begun accepting patients under federal quotas. In 2021, 600 people will be able to undergo proton therapy under the state program of high-tech healthcare.More info
The Proton Therapy Center of the Berezin Sergey Medical Institute (MIBS) in St. Petersburg has completed treatment of its 2000th patient. The center approached this milestone figure in 3.5 years of active proton therapy.More info
In 2021, about 900 people were treated at the first Russian Proton Therapy Center MIBS in St. Petersburg. Almost 35% of them (309 people) were children under the age of 18.More info