Accuray, University of Heidelberg enter multi-year grasp collaboration and research contract Accuray Incorporated , the premier radiation oncology company, today the signing of a multi-year master study and collaboration contract with the University of Heidelberg announced, a luminary research organization located in Heidelberg, Germany that contributes to the city’s top international position in therapy, science and research. Accuray and the University of Heidelberg will collaborate on cutting-edge research in radiation oncology to progress treatment technology and provide health care specialists with advanced tools for treating sufferers. A longstanding research collaboration with the University of Heidelberg has been in living surrounding TomoTherapy technology, which included exploration of new treatment options with helical TomoTherapy and associated journal publications about advanced usage of this expanded application.Today to table the Nelson-Hatch-Casey amendment Senate voted, which could have maintained existing legislation by prohibiting both federal government financing of abortion and government-mandated abortion protection. Without the explicit ban on abortion funding, Americans United forever Action will oppose the final health care bill now. Americans United for Life Action President and CEO Dr. Charmaine Yoest stated, ‘A vote to table the amendment is definitely a vote against the Nelson-Hatch-Casey amendment. A majority of Senators efficiently endorsed the abortion lobby’s goal of mainstreaming abortion as healthcare.’ The Senate health care reform bill explicitly allows the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services to add abortion insurance coverage in the ‘community health insurance choice,’ and allows federal subsidies to visit private insurance policies that include abortion protection.