Cutting Edge Radiosurgery: Varian Symposium at RSS 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting - Las Vegas, NV, Nov 1, 2017

The following presentations were delivered during the Varian Medical Systems Symposium at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Radiosurgery Society (RSS) in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Varian's Medical Affairs team is pleased to make these videos available for clinicians who were unable to attend. 

Program Introduction – Cutting Edge Radiosurgery: Raymond Schulz, MSc, Varian Medical Affairs, Palo Alto, CA - 4:04

The Role of Image-Guided Therapy in the Modern Management of CNS MetastasesJosh Yamada, MD, FRCPC, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY - 23:28

Advancing the Treatment of Brain Mets: UAB Edge Experience & First US HyperArc High-definition Radiotherapy Plans: John Fiveash, MD, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL - 17:50

Can We Treat What We Plan - How Small is Too Small? | QA & QC for HyperArc SRS: Richard Popple, PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL - 18:07

Frameless MLC-Based Functional SRS with Edge: Early Experience & OutcomesMarkus Bredel, MD, PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL - 16:39

Advancing SRS for Brain Mets and other Targets: First UK Treatments with HyperArc: Peter Houston, MS, Beatson West, Scotland Cancer Center, Glasgow, Scotland, UK - 13:23

CNS Q&A - 15:41

When is Radiosurgery / SABR the Preferred Treatment in Lung Cancer?: Ben SLotman, MD, PhD, Vrje Universiteir Medical Center (VUMC), Amsterdam, The Netherlands - 16:54 

Advancing GI Treatments: Liver SABR +/- TACE; What Does the Evidence Show? Francis W. Nugent, III, MD, Lahey Clinic, Burlington, MA - 14:45

Care Coordination Promotes Multidisciplinary Medicine – Our Move to 360 Oncology Care ManagementSusan Boyles, RT(R)(T), Cone Health, Greensboro, NC - 16:22

X-CNS Q&A - 13:51