For nearly 18 million people afflicted by these unsightly, sometimes painful, claw-like growths, keloid removal can be elusive. In fact, the majority—nearly seven million sufferers—don’t even know keloid removal is available and believe they have to go through life with this embarrassing condition. As a result, keloids don’t just scar the skin, they can scar a person’s confidence.
The SRT-100™ is giving countless keloid sufferers new hope and new confidence.
Keloids are actually chronic, non-malignant tumors that form at the site of skin trauma. Individuals who have undergone cardiac, orthopedic, obstetrics, gynecological or plastic surgery often form keloids. Acne and chickenpox scars, ear piercing, burns and other skin injuries can also trigger them. While many people think they simply have to live with keloids, Superficial Radiation Therapy is a highly effective keloid removal treatment and boasts a cure rate of 90 percent plus. This is especially good news for the nearly 18 million people whose ethnicity makes them genetically prone to keloids—including African Americans, Latinos and Asians.