The Department of Human Oncology uses state-of-the-art radiation therapy systems to treat patients. Below is a sample of technologies we currently use.
Treatment Delivery Systems
Varian Truebeam STx
The Varian TrueBeam STx system combines imaging, radiation delivery and motion management to accurately and efficiently treat small targets. It delivers radiation beams that conform to the shape of the tumor.
The Varian TrueBeam system combines imaging, radiation delivery and motion management to provide accurate and efficient radiation treatments. It delivers radiation beams that conform to the shape of the tumor. It is used to treat many disease sites.
Varian Clinac iX
The Varian Clinac iX system can deliver multiple beam energies and can be used for a variety of radiation therapy techniques. Its imaging and motion management tools enable accurate and effective treatment of many disease sites.
Accuray TomoTherapy HDA
The Accuray TomoTherapy HDA system uses daily CT imaging for proper patient positioning before each radiation treatment. Precise movement calculations are used to modify the intensity of the radiation to conform to the tumor.
ViewRay MRIdian Linac
The ViewRay MRIdian Linac is a radiation therapy system that provides continuous high-contrast imaging of soft tissue during treatment. This helps clinicians position the patient, adjust treatment and track patient motion for accurate treatment.
Elekta Flexitron Remote Afterloader
The Elekta Flexitron Remote Afterloader is used to insert a radioactive source directly into a tumor, where it stays for a short time. This form of treatment delivers a precise, localized dose of radiation while minimizing exposure to healthy tissue.