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Accuray's (ARAY) flagship Radixact radiotherapy platform to help in cancer treatment at Apollo Hospital Group in New Delhi and Chennai, India.
Accuray's (ARAY) partnerships with Premier and Amerinet are expected to help the company gain significant penetration in hospitals and oncology centers.
The shares of Cogentix Medical (CGNT) rose over 13% yesterday after reports surfaced that the company is going to be acquired by Laborie Medical Technologies.
In 2Q18, Accuray’s (ARAY) net revenues were $100.3 million compared with $87.5 million in 2Q17. Its total revenues come from product sales and services provided. Product sales grew from $35.3 million in 2Q17 to $47.1 million in 2Q18.
To increase physician adoption and patient awareness of its systems, Accuray (ARAY) holds and sponsors symposia and educational meetings and educates clinicians about its systems. Accuray focuses on innovation through clinical development and collaboration and seeks constructive feedback from its system users to enhance the company’s product offerings. Accuray endeavors to expand sales in international markets. According to the World Health Organization (or WHO), cancer is the second-leading cause of death worldwide.
Accuray (ARAY) designs, develops, and commercializes advanced radiosurgery and radiation therapy systems for the treatment of tumors. Accuray’s technologies include the CyberKnife and Tomo Theory systems, which deliver radiosurgery, stereotactic body radiation therapy, and adaptive radiation therapy. In February 2018, three of the seven analysts covering Accuray have given the stock a “buy” or higher rating.
Accuray’s (ARAY) CyberKnife systems are robotic systems that treat cancerous tumors through the delivery of radiosurgery. Accuray’s Tomo therapy systems are versatile radiation therapy systems that are used for treating a wide range of cancer types. Based on a CT scanner platform, the Tomo therapy systems provide continuous delivery of radiation from 360 degrees around the patient or from beam angles specified by the clinician.
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