Type of cancer

Skin Cancer

Skin Cancer can be treated with better patient outcomes using NeoTox / Oncemblex technology
When most people think about skin cancer, they think about melanoma, the deadliest form of the disease. But skin cancer actually comes in many forms and it’s estimated that 90% of all skin cancer can be treated successfully. Skin cancer can be curable and treatable if it’s found early enough, so if you or someone you know suspects they might have skin cancer, talk to your dermatologist or visit your local hospital’s dermatology department as soon as possible. Prevention, after all, is the best cure.
Skin cancer is a major concern because of how preventable it is. There are many different types, so if you notice any unusual changes in your skin then see a doctor immediately. If you are out in the sun too much or tanning a lot you will also need to be careful. The three most common types of skin cancer that people get are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Of these, melanoma is the deadliest but can be treated more effectively if caught early enough. It causes pigmented lesions that won’t go away and spread rapidly across your body before they can be detected which leads to complications, like loss of function in one area of your body, or death.
If you suspect that you have skin cancer, consult with your doctor as soon as possible. The earlier you treat skin cancer, the more likely the procedure will be a success. When you meet with your doctor, they’ll examine your skin closely, try to identify what kind of cancerous tumor is present, and then make a treatment plan for how best to remove it. This might involve any combination of removing some of your skin’s surface tissue or performing surgical excision or Mohs surgery – a type of surgery that removes one layer at a time until there are no signs of malignancy left in the epidermis.

Types of cancer

Some top cancers we cure

Breast Cancer

Approximately 85% of breast cancers develop in women with no family history of the disease.

Lung Cancer

Most lung cancer statistics include small cell lung cancer (SCLC) and non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).

Prostrate Cancer

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Stomach cancer

Stomach cancer, also known as esophageal cancer, It is the eighth most frequent cancer in the world

Skin Cancer

it’s estimated that 90% of all skin cancer can be treated successfully.

Cervical cancer

Cervical cancer most commonly strikes women between the ages of 35 and 44, worldwide,

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