The National Centre for Eye Proton Therapy is a separate clinical facility based in the Douglas Cyclotron Building, and is the only proton therapy facility of its kind in the United Kingdom. More than 2,830 patients have been treated with proton therapy since it started operating in 1989.
It is a national facility treating rare cancers within the eye, and patients are referred to us for treatment from all over the United Kingdom and Ireland, and also from mainland Europe and other continents.
Find out more about Eye Proton Therapy at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre
Did you know?
About 40% of all UK patients diagnosed with ocular melanomas will have eye proton therapy here.