teleport 1.1.3 released  2013-10-22
This version is now compatible with OS X Mavericks. It also fixes some issues at log-in and with screen awaking.

teleport 1.1.2 released  2012-07-26
This version is now fully compatible with Mountain Lion. It also contains several minor improvements and fixes.

teleport 1.1.1 released  2011-11-07
It fixes a few issues found with version 1.1, so updating is recommended.

teleport 1.1 released!  2011-09-22
The new version of teleport is now ready. It brings Lion compatibility as well as a lot of other features. Get it now!

[date prev][date next] [chronological] [thread] [archive top] [cdn-nucl-l] fw: waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia, steve kirsch to: "canadian nuclear discussion list" , subject: [cdn-nucl-l] fw: waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia, steve kirsch from: "jerry cuttler" date: fri, 21 dec 2007 13:34:48 -0500 cc: "fred boyd" domainkey-signature: a=rsa-sha1; q=dns; c=nofws; s=s1024; d=rogers. Com; h=received:x-ymail-osg:message-id:from:to:cc:subject:date:mime-version:content-type:x-priority:x-msmail-priority:x-mailer:x-mimeole; b=x8icjnl2cevoazqfqnyeibvh3w0ljrjujghyvjustrpopoxxwtf9iyaimmdj3hlyg9vuvjoxp5hrdnwc/ucrjid/r6qute9qbithflmvs3r8klvo/gdaxmepl4a0txmbcatjjjb8vsx1ptlcvavr7imicjijkpz5ud84gls2czq= ; list-archive: < list-help: list-id: canadian nuclear discussion list list-post: list-subscribe: < list-unsubscribe: < title: re: money for wm this is really interesting, exciting stuff! I wrote a nice paper for the 2000 annual cns conference about successful total body low dose irradiation (ldi) therapy for captain ed bauser at the johns hopkins medical center.   it was not approved by my employer for submission, but fred boyd put it in the sep 2000 issue of the cns bulletin. Dr. Jim welsh was the radiation oncologist who provided the treatment. no prescription buy viagra Jerry   ----- original message ----- from: jim welsh to: jerry cuttler ; kiyohiko sakamoto ; shu-zheng liu cc: ludwig feinendegen ; zbigniew jaworowski ; ted rockwell ; muckerheide ; pollycove, myron sent: friday, december 21, 2007 10:47 am subject: re: waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia, steve kirsch; fw: money for wm jerry helical tomotherapy is the reason i left johns hopkins and is the topic i have focused my research efforts on for the past few years. It is a technology that merges features of a helical ct scanner with an intensity-modulated radiotherapy (imrt) unit - it can be thought of as a big ct unit that produces and uses megavoltage photons rather than kilovoltage photons.  it was invented and developed it in our department in madison, wi and i was selected by dr minesh mehta to lead the intial clinical investigations. Now, my former partners who really invented this have formed a large and successful company, tomotherapy, inc and have done quite well for themselves (unfortunately, to keep my research efforts "pure" i never invested in the company... ) helical tomotherapy launched the present era of "image-guided radiation therapy" or igrt since the ct aspects of it allow us to image the area to be treated right before irradiation as a means of verifying exact position. no prescription viagra This, combined with highly conformal intensity modulated radiation allows significant dose escalation in the scenarios where it is warranted. Also, we developed a strategy now called "conformal avoidance" in which we specifically attempt to identify key sensitive tissues/organs and use the exquisite dose distribution capabilities of tomotherapy to sculpt out these sensitive structures and protect them from the ultra-high dose regions. I devised techniques for using tomotherapy for breast cancer, brain tumors and lung cancer as well as an approach for low-dose-rate therapy. discounted prescription viagra Now, i see a new challenge and tremendous opportunity - using this most advanced radiotherapy technology for a purpose that was formerly one of my main clinical interests, ldi therapy. I already have several ideas in my mind that i am itching to explore the feasibility of using tomotherapy for in this regard. cheepest generic viagra Conceiveably, it could represent a step forward in this important clinical area. Jim from: jerry cuttler [mailto:jerrycuttler@rogers. Com] sent: fri 12/21/2007 7:57 am to: jim welsh; kiyohiko sakamoto; shu-zheng liu cc: ludwig feinendegen; zbigniew jaworowski; ted rockwell; muckerheide; pollycove, myron subject: re: waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia, steve kirsch; fw: money for wm jim,   season's greetings! Wow!   this good news is all so nice!!!    especially at this time of the year. What is helical tomotherapy?   i'll have to google it. no prescription buy viagra If steve decides to try ldi therapy, and if his health is significantly improved by this treatment, i think he will publicize it in a very positive way.   as ted requested, i've attached a remarkable paper that i received recently from chuck sanders (pnl), who is working in korea (until late april).      yes, these will be happy holidays for me too. no prescription buy viagra   lots of grandchildren coming this weekend.   jerry   ----- original message ----- from: jim welsh to: jerry cuttler ; kiyohiko sakamoto ; shu-zheng liu cc: ludwig feinendegen ; zbigniew jaworowski sent: thursday, december 20, 2007 9:41 pm subject: re: waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia, steve kirsch; fw: money for wm hi jerry great to hear from you. Attached is a short case study that i know you are quite familiar with just in case you don't have a copy. If mr kirsch wishes to consider ldi therapy, i could perhaps work with him - although like ed's case, it would be off-protocol and he would have to understand that the medical community at large is not yet on board. buy online viagra If after this, he remains interested, let him know there is a facility in wi that might be able to assist. Now i have to say might since i have not yet explored the use of helical tomotherapy in this clinical setting... buying online viagra I may have to investigate carefully with my physics and dosimetry team before i can definitely say i could treat (since we only have a tomotherapy device at this time). Happy holidays! Jim welsh james s. Welsh, ms, md, facro associate professor of human oncology and medical physics univer. teleport update  2011-08-19
Last update was a long time ago! But rest assured, teleport is not dead, and the next version will be ready soon. Of course, it will work great with Lion, and add a few cool features along the way. I'm also transitioning my website to using Wordpress, so stay tuned for those exciting future releases!