Galway clinic invests €1.5m in equipment

Galway Clinic has committed to investing €1.5 million in cutting-edge radiotherapy equipment for more effective treatment of patients with cancer.

6th September, 2008

Galway Clinic has committed to investing €1.5 million in cutting-edge radiotherapy equipment for more effective treatment of patients with cancer.

In a deal with Siemens Healthcare, agreed last month, the clinic will take delivery of its Artiste Radiotherapy Solution in January, with treatment rollout planned for March of next year.

Francesco Porcu, radiotherapy product manager with Siemens Healthcare Ireland, said the system, the first of its kind to be used in Ireland, would enable the...

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