As the only facility in Denmark, the Danish Centre for Particle Therapy (DCPT) integrates highly specialised proton beam radiotherapy for Danish cancer patients and a comprehensive international research centre. The national centre is located at Aarhus University Hospital and started patient treatment in January 2019.

DCPT has more than 70 clinical staff members and houses more than 50 scientists funded by Aarhus University and external grants.

The Danish Centre for Particle Therapy facility covers an area of approximately 10,000 square feet. The DCPT building and equipment is funded by the A.P. Møller Foundation, the Danish state and Central Denmark Region. 

Presentation video

Watch a short video about the Danish Centre for Particle Therapy. The video is produced by Click Film and VisitAarhus.

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