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Foxconn foundation partners with Varian

Varian Medical Systems has signed an agreement with YongLin Healthcare Foundation.
Varian will provide its ProBeam proton therapy system for deployment at the National Taiwan University in Taipei. The YongLin Healthcare Foundation - which belongs to the Foxconn Group - will donate the system to the University.

Under the purchase agreement, Varian will provide the technology to equip three treatment rooms, two with gantries that rotate around the patient and one as a fixed-beam room.

In addition to the ProBeam system, Varian will provide its ARIA information management and Eclipse treatment planning software products. The expected total value of the agreement is estimated to be about USD 100M, including long-term operations and maintenance services. Varian expects to book the equipment portion of this order during fiscal year 2014.

Equipment installation is expected to take place in mid-2017, with patient treatments expected to begin in the second half of 2018.

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