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Over 3,000 Skin Cancer Patients Treated with the TOPEX System.............
Date:5/11/2009

reatment expenses. Over 80% of skin cancers occur in the head and neck regions with 50% occurring in those over 60 years of age. The over 60 population is rising and is expected to double in size by 2025.

The clinical objective of TOPEX is to effectively treat skin cancer through non-invasive therapeutic x-ray procedures with improved cosmetic outcomes. With this objective, the TOPEX system provides advantages to patients, physicians, healthcare providers and insurance payers that include the following:

Patient - The procedure is accurate, safe, pain free and an alternative to surgery.

Physician - Superficial x-ray therapy is a proven procedure for treating skin cancer and has a lower potential for cosmetic issues combined with a high cure rate history of effectiveness.

Practice - The TOPEX system is self-contained and has no special environmental requirements such as special power sources, water hook-ups or waste disposal. The compact mobile design requires minimal floor space and with mobility, provides for greater patient treatment flexibility. The multi-position design of the x-ray delivery system is ideal for treating wheel chair patients.

Payer - Superficial x-ray therapy provides an alternative to surgery and a high cure rate history of effectiveness. The insurance industry, including Medicare part B widely accepts this procedure for reimbursement.

TOPEX superficial x-ray therapy systems are manufactured in Danbury, CT. USA.

For additional information, visit the company website at www.topexmedical.com


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