Robert E. Beer M.D.

2221 Balfour Road, Suite A

Brentwood, Ca 94513

(925) 240-9116

Superficial Radiotherapy

Non-Surgical Skin Cancer Treatment

Non-Surgical Skin Cancer Treatment

There are non-surgical treatment options for Basal Cell and Squamous Cell skin cancers! Superficial Radiotherapy or SRT is not like the radiation used to treat other cancers. The SRT Technology is specifically designed to treat Skin Cancer! Unlike the other more powerful radiation devices used for treating internal cancers, SRT is designed to only penetrate the surface of your skin. It preserves the surrounding healthy tissue while effectively treating the malignant skin cancer cells. It’s made for skin cancer treatment! Superficial Radiotherapy (SRT) is a proven non-surgical choice that you have as a non-sirgical option.

Find the answers to your questions about superficial radiotherapy and how it may help you. Learn more about a non-surgical treatment option offered by dermatologists and oncologists around the worldthe SRT-100™.

Understanding the facts and science behind superficial radiotherapy (SRT) will help you and your physician to select the treatment path that will make the most sense to you and your specific condition. Here you will also learn what to expect during treatment, what it entails, and how superficial radiotherapy with the SRT-100™ helped many other non-melanoma skin cancer patients around the world.

You can treat your non-melanoma skin cancer with the SRT-100™ and benefit from its unique attributes:


          •     Safe & Effective

               •     Similar results as surgery without the pain

               •     Short treatment sessions

               •     Minimal pain / no cutting

               •     Minimal scarring / no stitching

               •     No anesthesia required

               •     No down time

               •     No post reconstructive surgery required

               •     High cure rates


JDD - Long Term Efficacy and Safty of Superfacial Radiation    Dr. Robert Beer

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