Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) January 26, 2011
ThermalTherapeutic Systems, Inc., an innovative product development company, announced participation in the Sixth International Symposium on Regional Cancer Therapies that will take place February 19 to 21 in Incline Village, Nevada. The Symposium is sponsored by the David C. Koch Regional Cancer Therapy Center, the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Center for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences, and UPMC Cancer Centers.
As part of its participation, ThermalTherapeutic Systems has contributed an unrestricted education grant to the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Center for Continuing Education.
“Unfortunately, cancer has touched many of our families. As a result, we are all personally affected by the depth of knowledge and expertise care-givers of this disease provide. The training, insights and knowledge-sharing that participants gain by attending symposiums such as these are invaluable. This is the third time that we have had the privilege to support the Regional Cancer Therapies Symposium,” said Raymond F. Vennare, CEO of ThermalTherapeutic Systems.
Founded in 2006 by a team of experts in the field of hyperthermic perfusion, medical device manufacturing, molecular diagnostics and technology commercialization, ThermalTherapeutic Systems is the developer of the VERATHERM™ Portable Hyperthermic Perfusion System. Designed for perfusionists. physicians and researchers involved in the field of hyperthermic and normal-thermic perfusion, the VERATHERM System is a small, lightweight, mobile device that precisely delivers and circulates heated and unheated sterile fluids. It has recently been used in the treatment of cancer.