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Sun Nuclear Announces New TG-142 Solution

Sun Nuclear Corporation announces their latest product, SNC Machine, a new software solution for the common quality assurance tests associated with radiation therapy imaging modalities, as recommended by TG-142.

On July 19th, 2014, Sun Nuclear terminated the ImagePro software project in order to focus on the development of SNC Machine. Sun Nuclear will offer all existing ImagePro customers the option of exchanging their ImagePro software for the new and advanced SNC Machine, free of charge.

In addition, Sun Nuclear and Mobius Medical Systems, LP, are pleased to announce that they have settled Case No. 4:13-cv-3182, in the US District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Sun Nuclear and Mobius have agreed to the terms of a permanent injunction, which eliminates the legal burden of the lawsuit and provides a path forward for Sun Nuclear's quality assurance TG-142 product line.

"We are excited to be moving on with our product development, and continuing our mission of providing innovative solutions to customers for improving patient safety in radiation oncology" says Jeff Simon, CEO of Sun Nuclear.

Sun Nuclear offers a full suite of quality assurance solutions for Patient, Routine, Machine, and Dosimetry QA. This latest addition to their Machine product line is filling a critical need by offering clinicians the ease of use and time saving tools they need to meet the recommendations of TG-142. Visit sunnuclear.com/SNCMachine for more information.

About Sun Nuclear Corporation

Sun Nuclear Corporation is the worldwide market leader in QA (quality assurance) and dosimetry solutions for Radiation Oncology. The company designs and manufactures medical devices and software for radiation therapy treatment delivery systems and patient prescription verification. Sun Nuclear's solutions perform radiation measurement, data collection, testing, performance assessment, and analytics for over 4000 radiation oncology clinics worldwide. The company is a pioneer in radiation detector research and development, most notably solid state diode detectors and ionization chambers. The company holds numerous patents for groundbreaking product designs and distributes solutions directly in the US and through a network of over 60 trained distributors outside of the US.