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Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Your Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Diagnosis

If you’ve been diagnosed with non-melanoma skin cancer such as basal cell carcinoma or squamous cell carcinoma, you may be feeling a little scared, lost and unsure of yourself. The best way to rid yourself of these feelings is to gather as much information as you can about your situation. One of the best ways […]
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History of Skin Cancer Treatment: Radiation

The Discovery of Radiation As a form of treatment for cancer, radiation has been around for over 100 years. In 1896, Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen, a German physics professor, gave a lecture titled “Concerning a New Kind of Ray” that immediately brought excitement to the world. During his presentation, Roentgen introduced the X-ray to the world. […]
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Offer Your Patients Non-Surgical Keloid Treatment

If you have patients with keloid scars on their chest, back, shoulders, earlobes, or face, you know and understand just how frustrating, annoying, and embarrassing those keloid scars can be. They’re itchy and sometimes quite painful, interrupting and causing issues for patients in their daily lives. Most of the 18 million people suffering are not […]
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How to Get Rid of a Keloid Scar

If you have keloid scars on your skin, we understand just how frustrating, annoying, and sometimes embarrassing this can be. Keloid scars can be painful and itchy, varying in degrees of sensation from person-to-person, interrupting and causing problems in your daily life. Unfortunately, not even half of the millions of people suffering from keloid scars […]
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The SRT-100™: Non-Invasive Squamous Cell Carcinoma Treatment

While Mohs surgery has proven to be an extremely effective method of treatment for non-melanoma skin cancers like squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma, there are many significant downsides to this procedure from a patient’s perspective. Depending on the operation, Mohs surgery can result in large, nasty scarring that requires reconstructive surgery by a […]
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The Symptoms of Squamous Cell Carcinoma

The symptoms of squamous cell carcinoma often appear as scaly, irritated skin, or elevated growths similar to warts. Only a trained physician or specialist can decide for sure if it is squamous cell carcinoma. If you believe you may have a squamous cell carcinoma, see a doctor right away. In general, any change in preexisting […]
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The SRT-100™: Non-Invasive Basal Cell Carcinoma Treatment

While Mohs surgery has proven to be extremely effective at treating non-melanoma skin cancers like basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, there are huge drawbacks to the procedure from the perspective of the patient. Depending on the operation, Mohs surgery can leave behind large, nasty scarring that requires reconstructive surgery by a plastic surgeon. […]
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The Symptoms of Basal Cell Carcinoma

The symptoms of basal cell carcinoma occasionally resemble the features of non-cancerous skin conditions like psoriasis or eczema. Only a trained physician or specialist can decide for sure if it is basal cell carcinoma. If you believe you may have a basal cell carcinoma, see a doctor right away. The Symptoms of Basal Cell Carcinoma: […]
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