Fight Skin Cancer

Add SRT to Your Practice

Add the SRTeam

AlderMed™ is committed to being the leader in non-surgical treatment for non-melanoma skin cancers. We offer the Dermatologists and Plastic Reconstructive Surgeons a cost-effective model to bring Superficial Radiation Treatment (SRT) into your practice, providing their patients with point-of-care treatments which produce high cure rates, low recurrence rates, reduce complications associated with surgery, and no scaring.

Offer NMSC Treatment Services to your Practice

SRT-100 Superficial Radiation Therapy System Qualified Radiation Technician Staff Medical Physicist Treatment Docimitrist Complete SRT-100 Maintenance Program
We provide the best in superficial radiation therapy systems, the SRT-100 provides a 98% cure rate in a quick and painlesss procedure.
Radiation Technologist
Our team of highly trained radiation technologists extend your excellence in patient care, treating your patients as their own.
Medical Physicist
Our staff physicist plan, inspects and certifies each installation to ensure that all sites meet state and local regulations. We file regulatory paperwork and ensure a safe work environment.
Each patient treatment prescription is reviewed by our staff dosimetrist to provide validation of correct fractional treatments, as well as generate documentation important to proper billing.
All hardware maintenance is provided by AlderMed, removing the hidden cost of providing patient service. A scheduled maintenance program keeps equipment working at peak performance

Featured Blogs

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One in Five will have Skin CancerOne in Five Americans Will Develop Skin Cancer in Their Lifetime
Tragic to think that there are roughly 3.5 million skin cancers diagnosed each year. The data points on the rise of skin cancer are staggering. Tragic to think that there are roughly 3.5 million skin cancers diagnosed each year in 2 million people, meaning around 57% of those people will have more than one skin cancer lesion that needs treatment.

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brooke.baldwin smallBrooke's Skin Cancer Experience
Her story skillfully provides a very realistic account of what happens when skin cancer takes hold.

Just like Brooke, once the diagnosis is confirmed, the thirst for knowledge begins and many online resources are just a click away to learn more about what skin cancer is, how it can affect you, your treatment options and clinicians that can help you manage it. Become informed and be your own best advocate.

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Skin Cancer  Foundation SPFSkin Cancer Foundation Provides the Seal of Recommendation
For more than 30 years, the Skin Cancer Foundation has been establishing standards of protection against the sun’s harmful rays. Currently they rank more than 80 brands and 1,020 products—everything from sunscreen lotion and makeup, to sunglasses, clothing and protective umbrellas. Products that meet the Skin Cancer Foundation’s standards earn the Seal of Recommendation. You can view a listing of all the products with Seals on their site.
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Case Studies

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  • Case Study 3
  • Case Study 4
  • Case Study 5

Case Study 1 BeforePatient presented with a pink crusted papule on her nasal tip, which would not heal. A biopsy showed this to be a supercial and nodular basal cell estimated depth less than 3 mm.

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Case Study 2 BeforeThe patient was referred in for Mohs surgery; but, after discussing the need for a large skin graft and an extensive surgery, the patient opted for superficial x-ray.

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Case Study 3 BeforeThe patient is an 86 year old male with history of multiple dificult skin cancers of the head and neck.

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Case Study 4 BeforeThe lesion on the right upper lip was biopsied and found to be an SCC in situ that was amenable to SRT.

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Case Study 5 BeforeThe patient presents with a 6x6 mm pearly lesion on the right upper forehead which was found to be a Basal Cell Carcinoma.

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