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  • ARIA for Medical Oncology
Dec 13, 2018
ARIA® for Medical Oncology was recently rolled out across Northern Ireland. As a result, every cancer patient in a province of nearly two million people now has a clinical record within the ARIA system. This successful implementation has inspired award-winning process safety improvements across the region. Read more
  • Rakesh Patel, PhD, assistant professor of Radiation Oncology
Dec 07, 2018
The radiation oncology department at Loyola University Medical Center is using ARIA® Connect to bridge the gap between ARIA and the Epic® electronic health record used by the larger medical center. This has resulted in improved communication between the RT department and the wider multidisciplinary team. Read more
  • Calypso® Anchored Beacon® Lung Transponder
Dec 06, 2018
83-year-old New Jersey Resident Among the First in the U.S. to Receive a Calypso-Guided Treatment for Cancer of the Lung Read more
  • Edge patient with mask
Nov 01, 2018
Advances in linear accelerator (LINAC) technology—including developments in image-guidance systems, multileaf collimators (MLCs), and volumetric arc therapy (VMAT) treatment delivery—have ushered in a new era of LINAC-based radiosurgery. In this series of four profiles, Centerline visits four cancer centers—two in the U.S.A., one in Croatia, and one in India—to report on how clinicians are harnessing the power of the Edge™ radiosurgery system in the important quest to help ever greater numbers of patients with conditions that can be challenging to treat. Read more
Sep 19, 2018
In a new paper, “The Future of Cancer Care: Moving from Promise to Reality," Varian lays out the company’s vision for how advances in such disparate areas as diagnostics, genomics, precision medicine, immunotherapy, artificial intelligence, robotic surgery, radiotherapy and data analytics are poised to change the cancer journey, converting it from a deadly disease to a manageable one, so that a cancer diagnosis need no longer hold the fear that it does today. Read more
  • Sírio-Libanês Hospital
Aug 17, 2018
At Sírio-Libanês Hospital in São Paulo, Brazil, patients are now starting radiation treatment on average two days sooner. Reducing the time from simulation to the first day of treatment is just one of the many benefits that the Sírio-Libanês hospitals in São Paulo and Brasilia have gained from the ARIA® oncology information system (OIS) after engaging one of Varian’s clinical consulting services teams to help them optimize their use of ARIA. Read more

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