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Swedish Cancer Institute and Elekta Launch Renewed Partnership Agreement to Continue the Flow of World-Class Technology, Services to Cancer Patients in the Pacific Northwest and Beyond
Date:5/6/2010

SEATTLE and ATLANTA, May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Swedish Cancer Institute (Seattle) and Elekta recently finalized a strategic partnership to launch a major new cancer-care initiative to transform radiation oncology delivery for cancer patients. This unique, multi-year, multi-product collaboration covers the spectrum of cancer management – from treatment planning and delivery to workflow and connectivity – and enhances Swedish Cancer Institute's ability to provide patients access to state-of-the-art technology early in the product introduction cycle.

This partnership agreement, which is among the most comprehensive in Elekta's history, includes Swedish's acquisition of multiple cancer management solutions, including radiation-therapy treatment systems, treatment planning workstations, electronic medical record systems, clinical service, and a Leks
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