11th August 2017
Reducing the margin of error: MRI-guided radiotherapy Say it quietly, but there’s a radiotherapy revolution coming says Cancer Research UK.
Doctors are on their way to developing a kinder, more effective approach for delivering radiotherapy.
And in the process they hope to spare patients time and side effects, and the NHS cash.
To do this they’re combining imaging techniques that see inside patients, such as MRI, with radiotherapy machines that deliver treatment.
In doing so they can pinpoint the tumour with supreme accuracy, and target radiotherapy to exactly where it needs to go.
Click here to read more: scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/2017/08/08/reducing-the-margin-of-error-mri-guided-radiotherapy
26th July 2017
Two clinical presentations that were given at the recent IEL RT conference on the implementation of MRI based adaptive radiotherapy are now on line at:
- Practical implementation of MR-guided RT: pancreatic SBRT as an example site. Anna Bruynzeel, MD PhD, Dept. of Radiation Oncology. VU University medical center Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Pre-conditions and hurdles in initiating a MR-guided (adaptive) radiation therapy programme: Lessons learned. Dr Frank Lagerwaard Radiation Oncologist; MD, PhD. Radiation Oncologist
ESTRO 36. Vienna, Austria
May 5 – 9 2017
Visit ViewRay at Booth 400 to learn how MRI-guidance is shaping the world of radiation therapy. See the in-booth presentation schedule here.
Attend the ViewRay Satellite Symposium on Sunday, May 7 at 1:15pm to hear first-hand clinical experience with the MRIdian® system.
See what else ViewRay has going on at ESTRO- click here http://www.viewray.com/estro_2017.htm
Consultation on Specialised Services clinical commissioning policies and service specifications
June 9 2017