innovation <br><span>at work</span>

at work

Our second generation Optune System is smaller and less than half the weight of our first generation Optune System. See more on the innovation behind our redesigned Tumor Treating Fields delivery system.

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join us at the AACR <span>annual meeting 2017</span>

join us at the AACR annual meeting 2017

We look forward to sharing the results of research investigating the use of Tumor Treating Fields (TTFields) in multiple solid tumor types at #AACR17 from April 1-5.

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Martin Romero Sanchez, a glioblastoma patient, and his wife, Karma Punwasi, have found support by connecting with other brain cancer survivors and caregivers, along with young adults affected by cancer.

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working one-on-one <span>with our patients</span>

working one-on-one with our patients

Our Device Support Specialists (DSSs) embody our patient-forward mission and set our business apart from other companies that market cancer therapies.

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the story
of Novocure

In 2000, our founder Professor Yoram Palti sought to leverage his expertise in biophysics to develop a new way to treat cancer that would destroy tumor cells while sparing healthy tissue and avoiding many of the life-altering side effects of existing cancer therapies. Novocure has grown into an international oncology company with more than 450 employees and operations in the U.S., Europe and Asia.

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Tumor Treating Fields, or TTFields, are low intensity, alternating electric fields.

TTFields disrupt cancer cell division through physical interactions with key molecules during mitosis. Our non-invasive treatment targets solid tumors.


explore our clinical pipeline.

Our research shows that TTFields have an antimitotic effect in more than 15 solid tumor types in culture and in eight in vivo tumor models.


we are dedicated to improving the lives of cancer patients.

Patients remain at the heart of the work we do every day. Learn more about our patients, their families and the people working to deliver patient-forward therapies to treat cancer.