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Kirsti Gordon on Accuray's CyberKnife PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 22 May 2010 21:48
 Kirsti Gordon  of Accuray’s eagerly awaited CybeKnife which provides very precise radiation therapy treatment to cancer patients at Mount Vernon Cancer Centre. It is not expected to be operational till September 2010.Much calibrating, programming and setting up and testing of all operating systems have to be completed.   
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written by Tom, June 07, 2010
Whats a clear and precise explanation of the cyberknife from this young lady. She is a credit to accuray
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written by rice, June 08, 2010
Now I know what the CyberKnife is about. Actually I did not know anything about cancer treatment except what I have seen on this site. Well done Community Voice for bringing all this news to the public domain. Kirsti really knows her stuff, when are we going to see a video of 'The Knife'? Seen 'Edwin's' virtual tour, but nothing like the real thing.
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written by Ann Smith, June 23, 2010
Thank you Kirsti for a most informative description of the Accuray CyberKnife. What a wonderful invention and how fortunate we are to have this facility at Mt Vernon Hospital. The clear and concise explanation of this medical marvel was so easy to understand. Thanks also to Community Voice for bring this to our attention
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written by Anne Ness, November 09, 2010
I saw on the BBC News that they are making the Cyberknife at Mount Vernon available to NHS patients countrywide. This is great news. Kirsty Gordon really knows her stuff and is a credit to Accuray, the makers of Cyberknife. She gives a precise explanation of it's capabilities and most importantly it's non invasive treatment. :) Well done Kirsty :)
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written by Kal, March 11, 2011
Kirsty gives a very concise description of the CyberKnife, and, I think, covers all areas or scope of the machine. A big advancement in the treatment of cancer.

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