NCCC Is the First in the World to Pioneer Radiation Vision Cameras – Yahoo! News via The Telegraph

Read article - Quotes Brian Pogue, the MacLean Professor of Engineering, in a blog post about the Norris Cotton Cancer Center's installation of BeamSite Cherenkov imaging cameras in its radiotherapy treatment rooms. The camera system, invented by the company DoseOptics, LLC, captures imaging and real-time video of the beam directly on the patient, allowing the radiation oncology team to visualize treatment delivery. "Cherenkov cameras mounted inside the radiotherapy treatment rooms give us the ability to simply see the treatment and provide an intuitive guide to therapists that we otherwise wouldn't have had," says Pogue. "This is a terrific tool for tracking what happens each day and in each treatment, and for improving the quality of radiotherapy delivery."