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  • Opening hours: from Monday to Friday, 8am to 6.30pm
  • Telephone: +33(0)2 31 45 50 20
  • Location: garden level

The team

  • Head of department:
BALOSSO Jacques, Pr
BALOSSO Jacques, Pr
Médecin : Oncologue radiothérapeute

Pathologies / Spécialités

  • Radiothérapie
  • Protonthérapie

Fonctions exercées au CFB

  • Oncologue radiothérapeute
  • Chef de service de Radiothérapie
  • Coordinateur scientifique d’ARCHADE

Domaines d’expertise

  • Hadronthérapie,
  • Cancérologie digestive,
  • Radiobiologie clinique


Au Centre François Baclesse :

  • Enseignement du Diplôme d’Etudes Spécialisées (DES) de radiothérapie

Au niveau régional et national :

  • Cours sur la radiothérapie pour l’Université de Caen
  • Cours aux Masters 2 de Radioprotection et M2 de Physique médicale à l’Université de Grenoble

Membre de…

Au Centre François Baclesse :

  • l’UCP Digestive
  • le staff de Protonthérapie

Au niveau national :

  • la SFRO (société française de radiothérapie oncologique)

Au niveau international :

  • du réseau ENLIGHT (European Network for Light Ion Therapy)
  • l’European Particle Therapy Network (NPTN)
BALOSSO Jacques, Pr
Proton therapy
  • Head radiation technician: Magali Micaud, Astrid Piantino (acting as)
  • Radiation oncologists:

Dr Nejla Allouache, Pr Jacques Balosso, Dr Mathieu Césaire, Dr Charlotte Demoor-Goldschmidt, Dr Carmen Florescu, Dr Julien Geffrelot, Dr Bernard Géry, Dr Naren Gokarn, Dr Marie-Yolande Lecornu Dr Delphine Lerouge, Dr Paul Lesueur, Dr Fernand Missohou, Dr Che Mabubu M’Vondo, Dr Emmanuel Meyer, Dr Jeanne Riverain Dr Simin Sadeghi, Dr Marlon Silva, Dr Dinu Stefan Pr Juliette Thariat.

Department mission

The radiotherapy department treats using X-rays, which enables cancerous cells to be progressively destroyed. Healthy cells are also affected, but their resistance and capacity for recovery means they repair themselves between each session. This is why the prescribed dose is administered over several sessions. Their number is adapted based on each patient’s specific case. Each treatment is personalised.

Treatment by radiotherapy comprises several phases and involves different professionals at the centre (radiation oncologists, medical interns, medical physicists, dosimetrists, medical radiation technicians, nursing auxiliaries, paediatric coordinator, healthcare executive, dietician, medical secretaries, biomedical technicians, hospital housekeepers).

Healthcare offer and expertise

The radiotherapy department’s activity includes radiation treatment for adults and children. Treatment modalities include:

The department boasts one of the most comprehensive treatment machine offers in Europe.

The department’s equipment and facilities

At the Centre François Baclesse:

  • 7 external radiotherapy machines:
    • 1 CyberKnife – Accuray (2012)
    • 2 Tomotherapies – Accuray (2011 /2014)
    • 3 Clinac – Varian (2005 / 2013 / 2016)
    • 1 Artiste – Siemens (2009)
  • 1 CT simulator: Big Bore – Philips (2010)
  • 1 peroperative radiotherapy machine: Intrabeam® (2016)

On the Cyclhad site:

  • Access to 1 proton therapy machine – Proteus One® – IBA SA (2018)

On the Cherbourg general hospital site:

  • 1 accelerator – Precise SL18 – ELEKTA (2005)
  • 1 CT scan (2016)


Activity data 2019

  • Number of external radiotherapy sessions: 58,063
  • Number of radiotherapy consultations: 18,567

Further information

The proton therapy centre

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