Mike Masterson, a correspondent for the Arkansas Democrat Gazette, wrote an article in 2019 detailing how the SRT-100 machine was an integral part of curing his non-melanoma skin cancer. Since his successful treatment he has been an advocate for any Arkansas dermatologists to adopt SRT as a part of their non-melanoma skin cancer treatment protocol. Masterson goes on to praise the The Dermatology Office on Linwood Drive in Paragould and Helms Dermatology on West Main Street in Russellville for being the first two practices in the state of Arkansas to begin using SRT machines.
"For me and others who've experienced this 21st century treatment, it's definitely a gift to have an effective choice beyond what otherwise often involves surgery, bleeding and stitches. There's also no anesthesia, risk of infection or scarring involved. In short, there's no need to undergo the trauma involved with reconstructive plastic surgery if you can get to this machine," said Masterson.
Read the full article by Mike Masterson here.