- TomoTherapy, Inc.
, the medical device developer that has secured $42 million in outside equity and has rapidly grown sales of its precision radiation therapy technology based on the innovations of University of Wisconsin-Madison
researchers, is riding high.
So high that it can take its time......Full article >>>
are going a long way toward sustaining the company.
"We have a lot of options at this point. Banks have been very helpful and we have a very strong cash balance. We are in good shape." Mackie said. "It's a nice situation to be in. We're not really beholden to the market."
CEO Fred Robertson echoed those sentiments. "We are looking at liquidity options," Robertson said. "We are ve......Full article >>>
Carlos Perez, Ph.D., author of a textbook on radiation oncology, said the Hi-Art system is an ideal way to treat patients, and will have far-reaching applications for image-guided radiation therapy.
Sun Prairie resident and cancer survivor Chuck Mueller told his story of undergoing a successful month-long TomoTherapy treatment process. He described the experience of being placed on a pre......Full article >>>
le contributions in this spirit.
Wisconsin Department of Commerce
deputy secretary Dave Storey presented a $500,000 loan to TomoTherapy on behalf of Gov. Jim Doyle.
"TomoTherapy, Inc. is exactly the type of manufacturer we are looking to grow here in Wisconsin - a high-end manufacturer requiring a high-end workforce," Doyle said in a......Full article >>>
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