Netherlands Cancer Institute Radiotherapy from 1913 to present
Discover the history of radiotherapy in the Netherlands Cancer
Institute. A chronological review from the early treatment by a
steaming X-ray tube to the precision of personalised design in
image guided radiotherapy.
The historical review devides into 9 characteristical periods in
which a leading physician embarks on a new course.
|| Prof. dr. Jacob Rotgans
|| Dr. Frans Gaarenstroom
|The scientific basis
|| Dr. Daniël den Hoed
|Second World War
|| Dr. Willem Wassink
|| Dr. Henri Lokkerbol
|| Prof. dr. Klaas Breur
|Expansion and Innovation
|| Prof. dr. Harry Bartelink
|| Prof. dr. Marcel Verheij
|The Next Step
|| Prof. dr. Corrie Marijnen
Left-click-hold and mouse-slide the viewbox along the
timeline at the top of the screen. Watch the illustrated timeline
move fast as you slide to a period. Mouse-grab and slide the
illustrated items to browse.
Click next or previous, or use the arrow keys on the
keyboard to move in time or to the next item.
Double click items to open.
Below the timeline is a brief biography of the chief
radiotherapist in the selected period.
Focus your search bij selecting one of the Theme-filters
under the Theme button. This will activate only the items that
match your selection.
Or use the search option, which is in the black banner at the
bottom of the screen. Find more usefull links in this black