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Grupo IMO Hosts Symposium on Use of TomoTherapy for Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Stereotactic Body Radiation Procedures : Experts Detail HiArt Platform Advantages for Treatment of Brain, Lung, Pancreatic and Metastatic Cancers
Date:10/15/2008

TomoTherapy Incorporated (NASDAQ: TOMO) announced today that Grupo IMO of Madrid, Spain, recently hosted a symposium on the clinical use of the HiArt treatment system for stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) and stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT). Symposium speakers highlighted the HiArt system’s inherent suitability for stereotactic procedures with respect to dose conformality and homogeneity; presented clinical work on a variety of intra- and extracranial cases; and discussed future research goals.

MADISON, Wis. (Business Wire EON) October 15, 2008 -- According to Jef Van Dam, TomoTherapy EMEA General Manager: "We are extremely pleased that Grupo IMO hosted this symposium highlighting the excellent clinical stereotactic work being done by TomoTherapy customers. We are eager to demonstrate how the clinical applications of TomoTherapy continue to grow as new treatment possibilities are explored by our clinical partners."

The 'Symposium on Tomo-Radiosurgery' included presentations from Dr. Jos Sambls, neurosurgeon and Grupo IMO president, Dr. Jos Miguel Delgado, clinical physicist and technical director for Grupo IMO, and Dr. Matthias Uhl, radiation oncologist, Heidelberg University Clinic, Heidelberg, Germany. The event was held in conjunction with the Spanish Radiosurgery Conference.

Peter Hoban, Ph.D., TomoTherapy senior product managerand medical physicist, began the program by outlining features that make the HiArt system ideal for providing stereotactic treatments: "TomoTherapy's integrated imaging and delivery platform allows one simple process to be used for both stereotactic and intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) treatments. The system clearly lends itself to a diverse range of clinical indications, as evidenced by the presentations of Drs. Sambls, Delgado and Uhl."


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