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Elekta Unity for Magnetic Resonance Radiation Therapy (MR/RT): A white paper.
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Arjun Sahgal, MD, Young Lee, PhD, Claudia Leavens, PhD and Mark Ruschin, PhD
Odette Cancer Centre
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto, Canada
Kevin Burke, Head of Radiotherapy Physics and Helen Curtis, Clinical Scientist, Radiotherapy Physics
James Cook University Hospital Middlesbrough, U.K
Hooi Yin Lim, Medical Physicist and Lip Teck Chew, Chief Medical Physicist
Farrer Park Hospital
Dr Shankar Vangipuram, Director, Division of Radiosurgery and
Mr. Vinoth Kumar, Chief Medical Physicist
Geetanjali Cancer Center
Medical Physics - Advanced Rad. Onc. Department
IRCSS, ‘Sacro Cuore - don Calabria’ Cancer Care Center
Negrar di Valpolicella (VR), Italy
Dr. Matthew Foote
Associate Professor, Radiation Oncologist, Co-Director
Gamma Knife® Centre of Queensland
Radiation Therapist, Assistant
Director of Radiation Therapy Services
NYU Langone Medical Center
Lip Teck Chew, Chief Medical Physicist
Hooi Yin Lim, Medical Physicist
Dr. Khai Mun Lee, Radiation Oncology Consultant