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Elekta To Showcase Innovations in Radiotherapy and Unveil New Product That Expands Cancer Treatment Availability
Date:9/6/2007

BARCELONA, Spain, Sept. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Elekta, a world leader in radiation oncology and non-invasive neurosurgery solutions, will showcase the latest advances in radiotherapy, stereotactic radiosurgery and clinical workflow solutions at the European Society of Therapeutic Radiation Oncologists (ESTRO) 2007 meeting in Barcelona, Spain, September 8-13. More than 2,000 physicists, radiotherapists, oncologists and other health care professionals are expected at the Ninth Biennial ESTRO meeting on Physics and Radiation Technology for Clinical Radiotherapy at the Palau de Congresos de Catalunya. Monday, September 10 at 11 a.m. CEST, Tomas Puusepp, President and CEO of Elekta, will unveil an innovative new radiation therapy system in the Elekta booth (No. 4-6) that will help expand the ability to provide precision radiation therapy and bring advanced cancer treatment to many more patients around the world.

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"This new product is yet another advancement as we continually expand and enhance our portfolio of cancer treatment solutions to offer more effective and efficient options to a broader range of health care providers, regardless of size," says Puusepp. "We are pleased to present this along with our other innovations that help optimize treatment efficacy and workflow."

Broad range of solutions on display

Elekta's theme at ESTRO this year is "Moving forward together." For the first time at ESTRO, Elekta will showcase the entire Elekta family of products, services, and companies, including Elekta's flagship products together with integrated product innovations from past Elekta company acquisitions. Elekta will have on display product solutions for providing precise radiation therapy, image guidance, stereotactic neuroscience, functional mapping and information systems management.

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