A cervical cancer patient has been treated with the aid of artificial intelligence (AI) for the first time in the UK.
Emma McCormick, 44, was treated at the St Luke's Cancer Centre in Guildford, Surrey.
The Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust treated Ms McCormick, who is from West Sussex, using adaptive radiotherapy.
The AI technology uses daily CT scans to target the specific areas that need radiotherapy.
This helps to avoid damage to healthy tissue and limit side-effects, the hospital said.
Patients are given treatments lasting between 20 and 25 minutes, although Ms Mc