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Making Sense of the Link Between Skin Color and Skin Cancer

While those with lighter skin tones are generally the most at risk for skin cancer, anyone with any skin color can get skin cancer. Unfortunately, many patients are under the impression that those with darker skin are not at risk for skin cancer. “People who have darker skin tones often believe that they’re not at […]

 Skin Cancer and SRT – Jeff Goldstein Interview

All transplant patients have a greater chance of developing skin cancer compared to the general population. In fact, research shows that transplant recipients have up to a 100 times higher risk for developing skin cancer compared to the general population. Transplant patients tend to develop a skin cancer called squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) although many […]

How to Perform a Skin Cancer Self-Exam

According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, adults should thoroughly examine their skin on a monthly basis for signs of skin cancer, as well as visit a dermatologist for an annual professional skin exam. If you’ve never conducted a skin cancer self-exam before, now is the best time to start. Here are some tips to help […]

What is Superficial Radio Therapy? (SRT)

What is Superficial Radio Therapy? Superficial Radio Therapy is the latest non-invasive, non-melanoma skin cancer treatment option. Superficial Radio Therapy is administered with the use of the SRT-100™, our state-of-the-art system inspired by the tried-and-true Superficial Radio Therapy systems that were once the proven gold standard among dermatologists and radiation oncologists. The difference? Our machine […]

Ask Your Doctor About the SRT-100™ to Treat Your Basal Cell Carcinoma

Have you been diagnosed with skin cancer? You are not alone. Skin cancer is one of the most commonly occurring forms of cancer, with more than one in every three new cancers diagnosed as skin cancer. Basal cell carcinoma is one type of skin cancer and occurs more frequently than any other form of skin […]

Treat Your Patients’ Basal Cell Carcinoma with the Revolutionary SRT-100™

Any dermatologist knows just how devastating a skin cancer diagnosis can be to his or her patients. Skin cancer is diagnosed nearly three times as often as any other form of cancer, with the most common of all skin cancers being basal cell carcinoma. While patients facing basal cell carcinoma have multiple choices available for […]

Superficial X-ray in the Treatment of Basal and Squamous Cell Carcinomas

Dermatology Association of Tallahassee Armand B. Cognetta, MD Brett M. Howard, BA Henry P. Heaton, BA Earl R. Stoddard, MD Hyokyoung Grace Hong, PhD W. Harris Green, MD Background: Effective nonsurgical modalities are limited in the treatment of basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). Objective: We sought to evaluate the efficacy and […]