Basal Cell Carcinoma
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Basal Cell Carcinoma is the most common type of skin cancer, making up about 75% of all non-melanoma skin cancers diagnosed.1
Basal cell carcinoma occurs in the deepest layer of the skin (epidermis). It is often found in sun-exposed areas but can occur anywhere. The four subtypes of basal cell carcinoma (BCC) are Nodular BCC, Superficial BCC, Infiltrative BCC and Morpheaform (sclerosing) BCC. Early detection provides the most treatment options and improves your chance of survival. Even though BCC rarely goes through metastasis catching it early allows for timely treatment. International Healthcare Providers can guide you through the minefield of researching and selecting a healthcare solution tailored to your needs. We work with you at every stage to offer peace of mind, comfort, and security.
The stage of your cancer will define what options are available. Treatment plans are designed to meet your unique needs and we will work with you to find the best oncologists and healthcare providers in North America. Not only can we provide premium access to the best cancer specialists in the USA, we know where to find the lowest cost with no compromises.
Surgery is the primary treatment for non-melanoma skin cancers, depending on the stage of the cancer different surgeries and alternatives may be available, including:
- Mohs micrographic surgery
- Surgical excision
- Curettage with electrodesiccation
- Lymph node removal
- Radiation Therapy
- Photodynamic Therapy
- Biological Therapy
- Targeted Therapy
Contact us today, to see how we can help you take care of all the details for your healthcare solution.
1: What is non-melanoma skin cancer? Canadian Cancer Society. Visited May 6, 2016. http://www.cancer.ca/en/cancer-information/cancer-type/skin-non-melanoma/non-melanoma-skin-cancer/