Two Cancer Radiation Therapists from the UK wrote a website that was intended to provide information to their cancer patients in London, but the site is now providing information world wide on radiation therapy.
Online PR News – 11-June-2010 – – Two therapy radiographers living in the UK (Esher), were shocked when their website went live. They wrote MyRadiotherapy.com to supply their own patients with information on radiotherapy cancer treatment. They were shocked when they started receiving hits from around the world. Lisa said, “We wrote the website to provide accurate advice and information for our cancer patients and were both shocked when we started getting so many other visitors!”
The therapy radiographers had noticed that most information on radiotherapy on the internet was either really text heavy or completely inaccurate. Peter said, “what most surprise Lisa and I was the interest from the United States, they call radiotherapy “radiation therapy” so we weren’t expecting to be on Google.com.” They have now altered to the site to include radiation therapy in the title in the hope that this will allow more Americans to find the site and get the information they need on this cancer treatment.