Skin Cancer Treatment

Surgery is used to treat most skin malignancies, particularly basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas, which are routinely removed by a dermatologist as part of an outpatient procedure. Tumor removal procedures may be more involved for tumours that are more aggressive, like melanoma. Skin cancer is highly treatable when found early. An early skin cancer can frequently be treated by a dermatologist by removing the tumour and a small portion of healthy skin. Treatment for skin cancer becomes increasingly challenging as it progresses. Fundamental chemotherapy can kill cancer cells that have progressed to the lymph nodes and other organs, as opposed to topical chemotherapy, which is given to the skin. Although an immunotherapy medicine may be tried first, chemotherapy may be an option if squamous cell carcinoma has progressed.

  • Radiation therapy
  • Chemotherapy
  • Photodynamic therapy
  • Biological therapy

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