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Sensus Healthcare Awarded Sole Contract for Superficial Radiotherapy
Date:4/26/2011

ring difficult or extensive surgery in sensitive areas of the head and neck regions - the fold in the nose, eyelids, lips, corner of the mouth, and the lining of the ear - that would otherwise lead to a less than desirable cosmetic outcome without the use of anesthetics or skin grafting.

The newly redesigned SRT-100™ offers improved mobility features and a streamlined look to simplify the non-melanoma treatment process while bringing safe, painless and effective skin cancer treatment to patients, right in the physician office. The SRT-100™ is powered with a standard electrical outlet and offers an easy, automated set-up procedure.

It is the only system of its kind available in the U.S. to treat non-melanoma skin cancers, and is now in use worldwide. SRT is a low energy radiotherapy that goes no deeper than the thickness of the skin. It is a proven non-invasive procedure that has been used to treat over 6,000 non-melanoma skin cancer patients in over 50 locations worldwide, and is highly recognized and reimbursable. Because the superficial x-rays concentrate radiation dose on the skin surface, the treatment has several advantages over conventional linear accelerators and surgical procedures.

The SRT-100™ is the treatment of choice for those patients seeking a non-surgical treatment option for skin cancer. Sensus offers a viable alternative, one that uses safe and effective low-energy radiotherapy to treat non-melanoma skin cancers. Many skin cancer patients may not even know that they have treatment options beyond surgery, which can lead to scarring and infection. Part of the process is educating the public that there are other ways to treat certain types of skin cancer - particularly around the neck, face, and scalp where 80% of skin cancer cases develop.

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