• OCTOBER 21, 2021

    Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma: A Survivor Story

    Once we have survived cancer, we often find ourselves wondering how we can give back to the community that supported us. By sharing our nonmelanoma skin cancer survivor stories, we can bring comfort, support, and inspiration to those who have been diagnosed with cancers similar to our own. The importance of our stories is evident

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    • OCTOBER 5, 2021
    A new type of radiotherapy may be better than surgery for patients with early-stage nonmelanoma skin cancers

    A new type of radiotherapy may be better than surgery for patients with early-stage nonmelanoma skin cancers

    October 4, 2021 In a recent study, image-guided superficial radiotherapy (IGSRT) showed nearly a 100% cure rate for early-stage basal cell carcinomas and squamous cell skin cancers. These results, along with its established safety, show that IGSRT is emerging as an alternative to cryosurgery or Mohs micrographic surgery (MMS), which are commonly used to treat

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