We’re changing the face of non-melanoma skin cancer treatment across the United States.
We work closely with dermatology practices around the country to improve the availability of a highly effective and minimally-invasive treatment option.
We’re dedicated to providing timely and accurate information relevant to the decision-making process, so patients and their clinicians can make the best-informed treatment decision.
Patients and doctors must work together to arrive at the best treatment option, empowering patients to participate in their own treatment decisions.
From our radiotherapy technologists to our administrative staff, everyone on the SkinCure Oncology team is dedicated to making IG-SRT the preeminent non-melanoma skin cancer treatment.
Our success is the result of the efforts of all 480-plus members of the SkinCure Oncology Team, along with the commitments made by our practice partners, suppliers, and service providers.
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In 2016, our cofounder submitted a graduate thesis on the use of superficial radiation treatment as an alternative to Mohs surgery. Today, Image-Guided SRT is being used at more than 280 dermatology practices in the United States with extraordinary results.
How Radiation Causes Skin Cancer and How It Is Used To Treat It
Skin cancer is the result of prolonged damage to one’s genes, which is a segment of their DNA. Genes are the center defying how cells will grow and divide. Abnormal cells start to reproduce from repeated exposure to UV radiation. We call this unregulated reproduction of cells. Cancer cells making copies of themselves is called… Read more »
Whether it’s advances in the treatment of non-melanoma skin cancer or the increased availability of Image-Guided SRT, learn about the latest developments at SkinCure Oncology.
Join our team and help make a difference in the lives of those facing non-melanoma skin cancer.
Whether you’re a medical professional exploring skin cancer treatment options, a patient searching for a surgery-free treatment option, or a journalist covering skin cancer, we’re here to help. Contact us today to learn more about Image-Guided SRT.
Dermatology practices interested in pursuing Image-Guided SRT as a treatment option should contact:
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200 South Frontage Road
Burr Ridge, IL 60527