HOUSTON, Aug. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- RadiaDyne®, the innovator of real-time, in vivo, radiation patient dose monitoring diagnostic technology, and the exclusive manufacturer of the OARtrac® radiation dose monitoring system, was recently selected for the distinguished 2018 Start in France – Young Enterprise initiative. The purpose of the program is to help promising early-stage innovative companies from across the world enter the French market with local expertise and support. Laureates of the program are awarded a sponsored immersion week in France in November of this year.
"We are honored to be selected by Start in France – YEi as one of only ten US companies selected for the 14th annual session. We see France as a major market opportunity within the European Union, and with their progressive radiation oncology safety protocol mandates, we believe OARtrac is especially suited to provide clinical value," said Bret Boudousquie, President of RadiaDyne.
RadiaDyne® is a privately held diagnostic and medical device company focused on patient dose monitoring and medical device technology to improve cancer treatment outcomes. RadiaDyne designs and innovates specialized sensor technology and medical treatment devices that assist Radiation Oncologists in delivering radiation dose to the cancerous targets while minimizing damage to the surrounding healthy tissue.
OARtrac® is the first of its kind patient radiation dose monitoring platform which provides gold standard accuracy, real-time physical dose measurement, and proprietary intracavitary delivery devices to measure radiation dose during radiation treatment for cancer. OARtrac provides critical radiation dose feedback which helps facilitate adaptive radiotherapy with the goal to reduce side effects and offer better clinical outcomes. Please visit www.RadiaDyne.com to learn more.
About Young Enterprise Initiative - Start in France
The Young Enterprise Initiative - Start in France is an accelerator program organized by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development in partnership with Business France, Hello Tomorrow, and Paris & Co. It gathers the participation of five countries (USA, Finland, Italy, Taiwan, the South Korea). In the US, it is operated by the Office for Science and Technology of the French Embassy. The purpose of the program is to help promising early-stage innovative companies enter the French market. Laureates of the program win a sponsored immersion week in France. Please visit https://www.france-science.org/Young-Enterprise-Initiative.html to learn more.