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Date: 01 Feb, 2008
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Dear Corrine: I have another concern for a while. From Hadrontherapy example, I can generated a SOBP followed your early suggestion, 1000 protons and 1 deg. modulator rotation, PMMA materials. But this is not the SOBP as we were used in our proton treatment center. Our SOBP is defined as the energy deposited along the proton beam direction tiny tube. It is not along the proton beam direction slices. These are different concepts. So I am working how to generate a real SOBP now. Any other progress, I will let you know. thank you!

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