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IBA and Elekta Initiate Global Particle Therapy Program at ASTRO
Date:10/27/2007

ed-value to the world wide proton therapy customers in their daily activities. Complementing this development agreement, the two companies will also join forces in the field of Sales and Marketing, offering optimized commercial solutions to an extended market.

"The IBA proton therapy solution is intrinsically open to interface with any radiation therapy system. However, as cancer centers expect the Oncology Information System (OIS) software and other radiation therapy equipment to operate seamlessly and intelligently with the proton therapy system, the IBA and Elekta joint development will make proton therapy system a benchmark of integration," said Pierre Mottet, Chief Executive Officer of IBA.

"Radiation therapy is currently undergoing rapid transformation in many areas. Intensity modulation, image guidance and workflow enhancing information management systems are today changing the face of cancer care all over the world. Just as Elekta is the driving force behind most of these improvements on the linear accelerator, IBA has demonstrated their dominant leadership in particle therapy technology and our common customers use our products with the IBA system with great satisfaction," said Tomas Puusepp, President and CEO of Elekta. "Thanks to the fact that we share the vision of open systems design approach together with joint informal cooperation in the past, we have been able to quickly find common ground, both technically and commercially. Together, IBA and Elekta will be able to offer an optimal solution for every need at a comprehensive cancer center," Puusepp concluded.

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IBA delivers solutions of exceptional precision in the fields of cancer diagnosis and therapy. The company also provides sterilization and ionization solutions to improve the hygiene and safety of everyday life. IBA is the undisputed world market leader in Proton Therapy, with more than 50% market share. The company is present in over 40 sites in North America, E
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