Varian to provide radiotherapy technology to Providence

June 2009
Medical Device Daily;6/19/2009, Vol. 13 Issue 117, p3
The article reports on a three-year agreement signed by Varian Medical Systems with Providence Health and Services (PH&S). Under the agreement, Varian will provide PH&S treatment centers with advanced radiotherapy technology for cancer treatment. It covers Varian's equipment and software. According to Michael Oswald, director of capital equipment contracting at PH&S, the company aims to provide member hospitals and treatment centers with access to technology relevant to effective cancer treatment.


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