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Treatment & Therapy for Aging Skin Concerns

Annotation:National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health - This site discusses the stages of skin cancer as well as how non-melanoma skin cancer can spread.

Annotation:National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health - This site discusses treatments of non-melanoma skin cancer and actinic keratosis by surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, photodynamic and biologic therapy.

Annotation:National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health - Actinic keratosis is not cancer but is treated because it may develop into cancer.

Annotation:National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health - Information on finding and applying for U.S. clinical trials is also included in this discussion.

Annotation:Skin Cancer Foundation - Mohs surgical technique is used for treating basal cell and squamous cell skin cancers and for certain melanomas.

Annotation:National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health - Cryosurgery can be used to treat early stage skin cancers (both basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas) as well as pre-cancerous skin growths known as actinic keratoses.

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