The very first Varian Edge Radiotherapy System has been offered in the secondary (used equipment) market. Rarely does radiation therapy equipment this new enter the secondary market, and those ready to make a purchase often capture thousands, or even millions of dollars in savings.
The Varian Edge is a medical linear accelerator machine used for stereotactic radiosurgery (“SRS”), which involves the treatment of tumors in the head, neck and brain. First introduced in 2016, the Edge is considered one of the latest, cutting edge machines in radiation therapy from Varian Medical Systems.
Brand new, sophisticated machines like this cost several million dollars. In the used equipment market, they often sell for substantially less, if one is lucky enough to secure one. Equipment such as this is generally only available as a result of clinic closures or bankruptcies.
Radiation therapy is used in over 60% of all cancer cases in the U.S. There are roughly 4,500 machines in the U.S. providing external beam radiation therapy.
We at ROS are proud to support the radiation oncology community in both the U.S. and around the globe, helping facilities secure safe, reliable, and cost-effective radiation therapy and diagnostic imaging equipment.
- The First Ever Varian Edge Linear Accelerator in the Secondary Market - December 7, 2018
- “Accelerated Installation” of a Varian Clinac iX Linear Accelerator in Central Illinois - August 14, 2018
- How Important are Beam Hours When Buying a Pre-Owned Linear Accelerator? - September 1, 2017
- Making a Varian Linear Accelerator Vault OBI (On-Board Imaging) Ready - June 8, 2017
- What Are My Equipment Removal Options? - March 8, 2017
- Medical Physicists Prefer 6 & 10MV Photon Configuration - February 23, 2017
- Featured Product: The Newest Varian iX Currently on the Secondary Market - February 8, 2017
- Recent Project: New Radiation Therapy in Lincoln, NE offers RapidArc® Radiation Therapy - July 7, 2016
- Can I Do Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS) with My Varian 2100C/CD, EX, iX, or Trilogy? - June 16, 2016
- Recent Project: The No-Cost Linear Accelerator Move - January 8, 2016