GT Medical Technologies Spotlights its GammaTile® Therapy for Brain Tumors at the 2021 Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS)
Placed by a Neurosurgeon at the Time of Resection, GammaTile® Therapy Gives Patients a Head STaRT in the Fight Against Brain Tumors, Delaying Tumor Recurrence
TEMPE, Ariz. - Oct. 14, 2021 - PRLog -- GT Medical Technologies, Inc. today announced its GammaTile® Surgically Targeted Radiation Therapy (STaRT) for patients with brain tumors will be spotlighted at the 2021 CNS Annual Meeting exhibition October 18-20 in Austin, Texas, and at the 15th Tumor Section Satellite Symposium which immediately precedes it October 15-16.
"Neurological surgeons and affiliated healthcare professionals attend these prestigious events to learn about the latest advancements in neurosurgical care," said Matthew E. Likens, president and CEO of GT Medical Technologies, Inc. "We look forward to sharing our valuable data that demonstrates how GammaTile Therapy has significantly improved traditional brain tumor radiation and patient outcomes."
Tumor Section Satellite Symposium
This two-day Symposium features engaging scientific sessions that explore technological advances in neurosurgical neuro-oncology. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about GammaTile Therapy in a Lunch Symposium on Saturday, October 16 at 12:15 p.m.
Once a year, thousands of neurosurgeons, physicians, and affiliates from around the globe come together to attend the CNS Annual Meeting to hear about the latest technological improvements in neurosurgical treatment. This will be the first in-person conference since 2019, due to the necessity of a virtual exchange in 2020. This year, attendees can visit GT Medical Technologies at booth 1750 to learn more about GammaTile Therapy.
About GT Medical Technologies, Inc.
Driven to overcome the limitations of current treatments for brain tumors and raise the standard of care, a team of brain tumor specialists joined forces and formed GT Medical Technologies with the purpose of improving the lives of patients with brain tumors. Its GammaTile Therapy received FDA 510(k) regulatory clearance for the treatment of all types of recurrent brain tumors and newly diagnosed malignant tumors. Patients receive their course of radiation while going about their daily lives, requiring no additional trips to the hospital or clinic for radiation therapy. GammaTile is available in top brain tumor centers across the United States. For more information or to find a GammaTile center near you, visit https://www.gtmedtech.com/
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