We are pleased to announce that in June 2016 LifeLine Software will celebrate its 17th year anniversary. During this time thanks to you our valued customers, we have become the number one utilized dosimetric verification software worldwide. More than 2,100 Radiation Oncology Centers across the globe count on RadCalc® for their dosimetric verification.

We greatly appreciate the trust our customers have put in our company and our product. We also appreciate the valuable feedback we have received over the last 17 years that has made RadCalc® the most complete dosimetric verification software on the market today.

After 17 years however, we are not resting on our past success. We have been working hard to add more tools to RadCalc®. Future releases of RadCalc® will include many new valuable features and client suggested items.


Currently Available:

RadCalc version 6.3 is equipped with many new features to help you and your patients win the race against cancer safely. The following is just a few of the advanced features:

The FIRST to provide 3D Dose Volume Verification for Brachytherapy Calculations

New Updated Brachytherapy Module with ROI's and Dose Tab:

View Imported Dose, Computed Dose, Imported DVH, Computed DVH, and Isodose lines in either 2D or 3D views

RadCalc 6.3 Provides New Comparison Techniques:

    • Percent Difference
    • Distance to Agreement (DTA)

For each point in reference map, finely resamples comparison map to find closest point with value within a user-defined percentage of the reference value

    • Gamma Analysis

For each point in reference map, calculates the gamma value between the reference and comparison map

Pre-Treatment: Compare any two of the following imported files:

• RadCalc® fluence
• Imported fluence
• Pinnacle ODM

Post-Treatment: Compare RadCalc® or Planning Fluence with Delivered Fluence reported by linac treatment files

For more information about version 6.3, please contact our Sales Department at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Coming Next:

RadCalc version will include enhanced image analysis tools and a beta version for 2D TomoTherapy support.


Coming Soon:

Targeted for release in second half of 2016:

• 3D Monte Carlo Dose Volume Verification for Photon and Electrons
• DVH, Gamma, and Linac log file analysis

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