Almost 10 million people die from cancer annually, which has a profound effect on society as a whole. At RaySearch Laboratories we take great pride in the work that we do because it plays an integral role in the fight against the disease. We believe software holds the key to advancing and improving cancer treatment for patients worldwide.
This is why we fight
Being part of fighting cancer gives my life meaning; as it could give me more time with the ones I love. Alinne Andersson
My mother and I survived. My grandparents did not. It feels great to fight back! It's personal! Johan Tavaststjerna
I’ve worked in the field for 27 years and have had many family and friends affected. I’ve seen cure rates increase, and I am passionate about a world without cancer. Dayna Bodensteiner
I am a survivor, and I will fight for a cancer-free world. My work with RaySearch allows me to continue fighting. So, for me IT'S PERSONAL. York Zang
My fight against cancer began on the front lines as an ICU nurse. My work with RaySearch allows me to continue to stand with those still fighting. Aline Andersson
My grandmother was my idol. She fought cancer for many years, and survived. My dearest childhood friend did not. My beloved father did not. So, for me, it's personal.
Within 6 weeks, I lost both my dad and my aunt, so for me, it’s personal. Frida Haraldsson
I want to know
that my work
the lives of others.
So, for me, it's personal. Matt Miley
I lost my brother to cancer. So for me, IT'S PERSONAL. Johan Östergaard
My father did not win his battle against cancer. My contribution to RaySearch helps others win their battle. So for me, it’s personal. Steinunn Kristin Johannsdottir
For 30+ years I have worked with the development of new technology for cancer detection and treatment in hopes of achieving a cancer-free world. Jon Treffert
My beloved grandfather, so grateful for his ‘VIP’ treatment by me and my colleagues in the clinic where I worked. He did not survive. For me it is personal! Grietsje Schregardus-Abma
Too many people endure the loss of loved ones. It means so much to me that the work I do provides better care and conditions for those affected by cancer. Lena Sjökvist
Cancer took my Dad, other family, and friends. I’d like payback, so for me it’s personal. Colin McCullagh
Cancer continues to strike people I love and care about, so for me it’s personal. Henrik Friberger
I lost my friend Jessica to breast cancer. Two small children lost their mother. She was 30. She always lit up the room. I miss her. Cajsa Johansson
I fight the 5th time in my family and the 2nd time with my wife. With the whole RaySearch Team I will win these fights. For me, IT’S PERSONAL. Björn Sebralla
I know that my work at RaySearch can have a profound impact on the quality of life for patients all over the world. So, for me, its personal. Martin Janson
Cancer took both my grandparents. For me, it's personal. Katarina Berglund
I have lost people close to me to cancer. Other loved ones survived after treatment. I will continue to work hard to see more positive outcomes. For me, It’s Personal. Kjell Eriksson
I came from Asia to Europe to study at medical schools.
Now I work from Europe to Asia to advance cancer treatments.
For me, IT’S PERSONAL. Jin-Yu Lu
My driving force
My story began in 1986 when I lost my mother to lung cancer. Fueled by the vision of a world where cancer is conquered, I made it my personal mission to do everything within my power and ability to see this vision become a reality.
The RaySearch story began in 2000 when I launched the company based on the scientific knowledge I acquired during my PhD years at the Karolinska Institute. During that time, I developed mathematical models and software for optimizing radiation therapy, thus improving the treatment plan and delivery for the individual cancer patient.
My driving force is to improve the quality of treatment for those affected by cancer. RaySearch’s innovative software solutions enable clinics to provide superior treatment options to more patients - in less time.
For me, it’s personal.