2005 Press Releases

Accuray Strengthens Leadership Position in Robotic Radiosurgery with Next-Generation CyberKnife Announcement Sunnyvale, California, November 23, 2005 - Today, Accuray announced The California Cancer Center in Fresno, the first site to install the CyberKnife G4 System, has successfully performed 25 treatments in the system's first month of operation at the Center. Taking advantage of next generation CyberKnife's ability to treat extracranial as well as intracranial tumors, the California Cancer Center has used the CyberKnife to treat patients with lung, spine and brain lesions. Read More »
TomoTherapy in Hong Kong: First in Asia November 11, 2005 - The Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital (HKSH) officially launched their Hi-Art System with an Opening Ceremony on 6 October, 2005. The Hospital, which began treating patients with the Hi-Art System in August 2005, is the first institution in Asia to offer TomoTherapy for its patients, and over 100 doctors, officials, guests, and media personnel were present at the Opening Ceremony. Read More »
TomoTherapy Inc Leads the Industry in CT Image-Guided Patient Treatments November 8, 2005 - TomoTherapy Clinical Centers around the world have performed an unprecedented 125,000 CT image-guided radiation treatments for patients with cancer. In just over two and a half years, TomoTherapy's clinical centers have performed CT imaging before treatment delivery in upwards of 95% of their cases treated with the TomoTherapy Hi-Art System. Read More »
Accuray Unveils the Next Generation in Robotic Radiosurgery Sunnyvale, California, October 17, 2005 - Today Accuray unveiled the latest generation of its innovative, highly integrated CyberKnife System at the 47th annual meeting of the American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ASTRO) held October 16 - 20 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado. This announcement introduced a host of new capabilities not found in any other radiosurgery solution. Read More »
Comprehensive Resource on Robotic Radiosurgery published by the CyberKnife Society Press Sunnyvale, California, October 13, 2005 - The CyberKnife Society Press is pleased to announce the publication of Robotic Radiosurgery-Volume 1, the most extensive and well-documented publication ever created on the topic of robotic stereotactic radiosurgery. Read More »
Accuray to Unveil the Next Generation CyberKnife at ASTRO tradeshow Sunnyvale, California, October 11, 2005 - This year's ASTRO (American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology) tradeshow in Denver, Colorado will feature a major announcement from Accuray Inc. On Monday October 17th at 11:45AM, Accuray will be unveiling the next generation of Robotic Radiosurgery. The unveiling event will take place at ASTRO in the Accuray booth (booth #1658). The company plans to introduce a new platform of the CyberKnife Radiosurgery System, thus enhancing its ability to treat tumors anywhere in the body with sub-millimeter accuracy. Read More »
UVA Earns Grant to Develop Tomo Stereotactic Program September 23, 2005 - Recently ranked as one of the top 40 Cancer Centers in the country, the University of Virginia Cancer Center offers high-quality patient care in an integrated, comprehensive treatment environment. A TomoTherapy Center of Excellence, the Department of Radiation Oncology at UVA has been treating patients with the TomoTherapy Hi-Art System since October 2004, and the quality care patients receive there is enhanced and supported by the department's pioneering research. Read More »
TomoTherapy Inc Launches New Planned Adaptive Software at AAPM August 6, 2005 - TomoTherapy Incorporated officially launched the release of its ground-breaking Planned Adaptive feature at this year's Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine, which was held at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center on July 24-28, 2005 in Seattle, WA. Read More »

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