Radiosurgery for Prostate

he Accuray Training Department
Last Modified: October 5, 2010

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Dates: 10/30/10
Location: Sunnyvale, CA

Sponsoring Group: The Accuray Training Department, in partnership with Dr. Alan Katz and Dr. Michael Santoro

Web Page URL: http://www.accuray.com/clinicaleducation/prostate.aspx

Topics Covered: Throughout the course, the practical aspects of hypo-fractionated prostate radiosurgery will be emphasized. Upon completion of the course, participants will possess enough detailed knowledge of prostate radiosurgery to successfully start their own program.

Objectives: Course is designed to assist a CyberKnife® facility in starting or expanding a CyberKnife program for prostate cancer treatment.

Who Should Attend: Urologists, Radiation Oncologists, Medical Physicists

Agenda: Clinical/scientific lectures; Peer-to-peer discussion; Case review

Registration Information: Please contact the Training Department at cktraining@accuray.com or 408-716-4600 ext. 4350 for more information & You may also go online and register at http://www.accuray.com/clinicaleducation/prostate.aspx.

Fees: $1370.00

Continuing Education: Yes


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