Technology Networks: Superficial Radiation Therapy: A non-surgical Treatment for Non-melanoma Skin Cancers
Skin cancer can be broadly split in to two types: melanoma and non-melanoma. The most common non-melanomas include basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, for which the main treatment is surgery. However, other non-surgical options are emerging, including superficial radiation therapy (SRT), a unique type of photon radiotherapy.
To learn more about SRT we recently spoke with Joe Sardano, CEO at Sensus Healthcare. Joe explains what SRT is, how it works, and the cancers it is particularly suited to treating.
Read the full article here.
The Benefits of SRT
Along with eliminating the risks for post-surgical infections and complications, the SRT-100™ provides patients and physicians with a safe and effective treatment option that offers many benefits, including:
- 95%+ cure rates that rival surgery
- No anesthesia, cutting, bleeding, stitching or pain
- No downtime or lifestyle restrictions
- Super cosmesis, no unsightly scarring
- No need for post-treatment reconstructive surgeries