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A Designated Regional Center
On November 19, 2010, United States Customs and Immigration Services ("USCIS") designated New York Proton Regional Center (“New York Proton Regional Center”) as a Regional Center within the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Pilot Program. The EB-5 visa for Immigrant Investors is a United States visa created by the Immigration Act of 1990. This visa provides a method of obtaining a green card for foreign nationals who invest money in a United States company and/or business. To obtain the visa, individuals must invest a minimum of $500,000, into a designated Regional Center, whereby their investment would create ten full-time jobs.
 
New York Proton Regional Center
The focus of the New York Proton Regional Center will be to attract foreign capital for the construction and development of a Proton Therapy Treatment Facility, inclusive of Radiology and Oncology Benefit Management programs. During these economically difficult times, the New York Proton Regional Center will enable investors to contribute in a project which has the potential to greatly improve the levels of employment in the United States, more specifically in New York City and its contiguous counties. The New York Regional Proton Center intends to bring to New York State the first Proton Therapy treatment center. In addition to making technologically advanced cancer treatment available in the New York State, the project will also include the development of an Oncology and Radiology Management Program, as well as a service center. The Center will also include the development of a parking garage, a restaurant, a hotel and other amenities that are needed to appropriately accommodate cancer patients and family members.

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Proton radiation treatment differs from standard radiation therapy. If given in sufficient doses, conventional radiation therapy techniques will control many cancers. However, because of the physician's inability to adequately conform the irradiation pattern to the cancer, healthy tissues may be damaged with radiation.
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