IsoRay announces milestone at German hospital

Medical isotope developer IsoRay announced that University Hospital in Rostock, Germany, became the first European hospital to use its GliaSite radiation therapy system, a liquid I-125 balloon catheter.

The GliaSite system is used to treat patients with glioblastoma and metastatic brain cancer. It places a specified high dose of a liquid radiation source in areas that are most likely to contain cancer after a tumor is surgically excised from the brain.

The GliaSite radiation therapy has CE Mark approval.

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