NMCC’s Dr. Susan Guo discusses non-surgical treatment for skin cancer
Articles,  Blog

NMCC’s Dr. Susan Guo discusses non-surgical treatment for skin cancer


AFTERNOON. STAY CLEAR OF THE CREEKS AND
STREAMS. JOE: DOUG: DOUG: CAN TRAUMA IN CHILDHOOD,

 
 
 
 
JULY IS MELANOMA AWARENESS
MONTH. I’M JOINED NOW BY DR. SUSAN GUO
FROM THE NEW MEXICO CANCER
CENTER TO TELL US ABOUT A NEW
TREATMENT. EXPLAIN HOW SUPERFICIAL
RADIATION THERAPY IS USED TO
TREAT SKIN CANCERS?>>IT’S USED TO TREAT CERTAIN
CARCINOMAS. DOUG: HOW DOES SRT DIFFER FROM
TRADITIONAL TREATMENTS, USED FOR
SKIN CANCER?>>EACH TREATMENT IS ONLY 30
SECONDS LONG. IT’S LIKE GOING TO THE DENTIST
TO GET AN EXTRA A. DOUG: WHAT CAN PATIENTS EXPECT?>>WE WORK CLOSELY WITH A
DERMATOLOGIST TO FOLLOW THAT
PATIENT. TYPICALLY AFTER TREATMENT THEY
SKIN HEALS US SO THERE IS NO
SCARRING AND WE DON’T RECOMMEND
REPEAT BIOPSIES. DOUG: HOW CAN SOMEONE SCHEDULE A
CONSULTATION?>>TO VISIT OUR WEBSITE, GO TO

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *