Elekta Medical Affairs works closely with the medical community in order to better understand and to internally communicate the needs of the patient and of the practitioner. This insight drives research and development and helps to advance radiotherapy and stereotactic neurosurgery.
By becoming trusted scientific partners in international research collaborations, we are committed to secure, efficient data sharing through data registries. These collaborations lead to the discovery of clinical evidence that supports new, safe and effective uses of radiotherapy for the treatment of cancer and neurological disorders.
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