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Groundbreaking Therapy Opens Window To See Cancerous Tumors In Motion

With the first MRI-guided radiotherapy system in the western U.S.— and one of only three locations in the world — UCLA radiation oncologists have an unparalleled ability to see and accurately target cancerous tumors, while making real-time adjustments to treatment delivery.
Beverly Hills Courier, November 2014

MRI-Guided Radiation Therapy

Precise adaptive radiation therapy guided by real-time MRI images could prove a significant advance in radiation oncology. Integrating those two tools is the driving force behind the MRIdian system, a combined real-time MRI and radiation therapy delivery process developed by Cleveland-based ViewRay.
Radiology Today, September 2014, Vol. 15 No. 9 P. 20

Visualizing Tumors During Treatment

A new technology called MRI-guided radiation therapy allows tumors to be visualized in real-time during treatment. In what has been called “a world’s first,” physicians at Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis began treating patients with this new therapy in January 2014.
Radiation Oncology News for Administrators, June 2014

This article was originally published in Volume 24 No 2 of "Radiation Oncology News for Administrators" © 2014 The Society for Radiation Oncology Administrators (www.sroa.org). The Society for Radiation Oncology Administrators, the authority for radiation oncology operations, provides education, advocacy and information to radiation oncology administrators.  

Groundbreaking Therapy Opens Window To See Cancerous Tumors In Motion

With the first MRI-guided radiotherapy system in the western U.S.— and one of only three locations in the world — UCLA radiation oncologists have an unparalleled ability to see and accurately target cancerous tumors, while making real-time adjustments to treatment delivery.
Beverly Hills Courier, November 2014

MRI-Guided Radiation Therapy

Precise adaptive radiation therapy guided by real-time MRI images could prove a significant advance in radiation oncology. Integrating those two tools is the driving force behind the MRIdian system, a combined real-time MRI and radiation therapy delivery process developed by Cleveland-based ViewRay.
Radiology Today, September 2014, Vol. 15 No. 9 P. 20

Visualizing Tumors During Treatment

A new technology called MRI-guided radiation therapy allows tumors to be visualized in real-time during treatment. In what has been called “a world’s first,” physicians at Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis began treating patients with this new therapy in January 2014.
Radiation Oncology News for Administrators, June 2014

This article was originally published in Volume 24 No 2 of "Radiation Oncology News for Administrators" © 2014 The Society for Radiation Oncology Administrators (www.sroa.org). The Society for Radiation Oncology Administrators, the authority for radiation oncology operations, provides education, advocacy and information to radiation oncology administrators.  

First MR-guided Radiation Treatment

The ViewRay MR-guided radiotherapy system has been used for the first time to perform real-time continuous MR imaging during a patient treatment. This breakthrough treatment took place on January 15 at the Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine (St Louis, MO), where the ViewRay system is now in regular clinical use.
Medical Physics Web, February 2014

ViewRay system gives new insight on MRI-guided therapy for patients

Cancer patients are receiving a significant boost in their treatment options as ViewRay’s (Cleveland) MRI-guided radiation therapy system is being used to treat patients at Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine (St. Louis).
Medical Device Daily, February 2014

ViewRay MRI-Guided Radiation Therapy Used to Treat Cancer Patients

The ViewRay system, a MRI-guided radiation therapy system, is being used to treat patients at Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Mo. The ViewRay system provides a combination of simultaneous radiation therapy delivery and continuous magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for the treatment of cancer.
Imaging Technology News, February 2014

Breaking News: World’s only MRI-guided RT System Treats First Patients

The Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri has started to treat patients using the ViewRayTM system, the world’s first and only real-time MRI-guided radiation therapy system.
The Advisory Board, February 2014

Interlinked Motion Control Key to MRI-Guided System

The collimators in the MRI-guided radiotherapy system require multiple components to shape gamma ray radiation therapy beams, and each has to be precisely controlled by one interlinked motion control system.
Medical Design, March 2013

A New View of Cancer Treatment

ViewRay's president believes the company's MRI machines will revolutionize radiation therapy. "I think this will change the way radiation oncology is practiced,” says Chris Raanes, ViewRay president and CEO. “Because once you've got the ability to see what you are doing in real time, how could you ever go back?”
Crain's Cleveland Business, March 2013

ViewRay Receives FDA Clearance for MRI-Guided Radiation Therapy System

By using real-time MRI, the ViewRay system shows soft tissue as it is being treated and adjusts for its movement in real time, without using any additional radiation.
medGadget, May 2012

ViewRay Secures Another $16 Million From Investors


ViewRay is well capitalized for its product launch, says CFO David Chandler, noting that the company has raised $45 million since 2010.
Crain's Cleveland Business, March 2012

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