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Causes of Basal Cell Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma

This list of causes of basal cell carcinoma is by no means comprehensive. If you think you might have a basal cell carcinoma or a squamous cell carcinoma, speak with your doctor right away. Repeated or Over-Exposure to Ultraviolet Light Exposure to the sun’s rays (or from tanning beds) is considered to be the largest […]
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Alternative to Mohs Surgery: SRT-100™

Since the 1930s, doctors have successfully treated various forms of skin cancer, including basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, the most common forms of skin cancer, using Mohs micrographic surgery. Today, Mohs surgery is the most widely accepted and utilized treatment for skin cancer with cure rates of over 98%. However, there are many […]
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Superficial Radiotherapy: The Non-Invasive Skin Cancer Treatment Option for You

If you have been diagnosed with non-melanoma skin cancer such as basal cell or squamous cell carcinoma, there are multiple options for treatment. Invasive Options With Mohs surgery, surgeons slice thin layers of skin from your body, test the cells for cancer, and continue until the tests come back negative. Mohs surgery offers high success […]
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Superficial Radiation Therapy: The Non-Invasive Skin Cancer Treatment Option for Your Patients

If you have patients diagnosed with non-melanoma skin cancer such as basal cell or squamous cell carcinoma, you know there are multiple options available for treatment. Invasive Options With Mohs surgery, surgeons slice thin layers of skin from the body, test those cells for cancer, and continue surgery until the tests come back negative. Mohs […]
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SRT Therapy vs Mohs Surgery

For a long time, patients suffering from non-melanoma skin cancers such as basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma only had one option to turn to for successful treatment. Mohs surgery, developed by general surgeon Frederik E. Mohs in 1938, involves removing one thin layer of tissue from the afflicted area at a time and […]
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SRT-100™: The Doctor’s Choice for Treatment of Non-Melanoma Basal Cell Cancer

Giving a skin cancer diagnosis to a patient is never easy. The word “cancer” is a scary word for any patient to hear. Sadly, one in five Americans will develop skin cancer over the course of their lifetime and 40 to 50 percent of Americans who live to age 65 will have either basal cell […]
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Do You Have a Keloid Scar?

If you have a scar that doesn’t seem to be fading, or even appears to be growing in size, it is important to determine whether that scar is a keloid or not. There are two types of raised scars: keloid and hypertrophic. While both hypertrophic scars and keloid scars themselves are benign, the uncontrolled growth […]
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Regain Your Confidence with Non-Surgical Treatment for Your Keloid Scar

If you are one of the nearly 18 million people affected by ugly and sometimes painful keloid scars, you know first-hand just how embarrassing they can be. We have good news for you. You can regain your confidence with SRT therapy, a non-surgical option for treating keloid scars after surgical removal. What Causes a Keloid […]
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