Tomball, Texas, Clear Skin Cancer Center updated its range of non-invasive brachytherapy solutions for patients with non-melanoma skin cancer. The clinic specializes in providing effective, non-invasive treatment alternatives to surgery. Go to http://www.clearskincancer.com for more info!
Treat Non Melanoma Skin Cancer Fast With These
Painless Therapy Solutions In TX
If you're looking for an excellent non-invasive way to complement or replace surgery for skin cancer,
brachytherapy is the solution for you! Clear Skin Cancer Center announced the launch of an updated
range of non-invasive, painless non-melanoma skin cancer treatments for patients in Texas.
The clinic specializes in providing brachytherapy
solutions that offer excellent cure rates and cosmetic
results for patients with common skin cancers.
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United
States, and the use of high-density radiation electronic
brachytherapy for the treatment of non-melanoma skin cancers
is becoming more popular.
The newly launched brachytherapy
solutions at Clear Skin Cancer
Center are a safe, effective, non-
invasive alternative to surgery.
Brachytherapy is a non-surgical
approach for treating skin cancer
that reduces the risk of infection and
With cure rates up to 97.5%, its success is similar to surgical excision and
approaches the cure rate of Mohs Surgery without the associated risks of
infection, distortion of anatomy, and unpredictable scarring.
Clear Skin Cancer Center accepts
Medicare, Medicare Advantage Plans
and all major insurance providers for
patients needing brachytherapy.
The clinic has been developing electronic
brachytherapy treatments that make
radiation therapy accessible to you and
Amidst the global health crisis, Clear Skin Cancer Center is strictly following the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization's recommendations and taking
as many proactive actions as possible to protect its current and future patients and staff.
A spokesperson for the center said: "Skin
cancers that are aggressive, deep,
recurrent, or present in younger patients
will more commonly be treated by Mohs
Surgery or excision."
"At Clear Skin Cancer Center, we are
helping patients discover a new way to
treat their non-melanoma skin cancer, all