News | July 29, 2010

ASTRO introduces Radiation Oncology MarketPlace for Equipment, Services

July 29, 2010 - The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) has launched the Radiation Oncology MarketPlace to provide radiation oncology treatment team members with the ability to search for radiation oncology vendors, products and services in a centralized location. Vendors also benefit by listing their company information on a site created specifically for their target customer.

Customers can search by type of equipment, vendor location or ASTRO membership status (e.g., exhibitor, Ambassador or Corporate member) and be directed to relevant company profiles that include website links and contact information. Suppliers are able to upload basic company contact information for free, with the option to upgrade available.

For more information: www.astro.org/Membership/MemberBenefits

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