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The physics of charged particles is such that there is always a lower entrance dose and, after a bragg peak at a depth specific to the particle, there is no exit dose.
When the examination is performed using a PA projection, the breast tissue receives the exit dose of radiation as opposed to the entrance dose.
Unlike conventional radiation treatment, there is no exit dose, side effects are less significant and the tumor receives higher radiation.