Electrochemotherapy and ablative therapies in non-melanoma skin cancer
AffiliationSalford Royal NHS Foundation Trust Hospital, Salford, UK
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AbstractAlthough surgery and radiotherapy remain the most commonly used treatments for non-melanoma skin cancer, there are a variety of alternatives. Here we discuss the use of electrochemotherapy and ablative treatments and examine the evidence for their effectiveness against a number of non-melanoma skin cancers.
CitationO'Donoghue N, Mowatt D, Sykes AJ. Electrochemotherapy and ablative therapies in non-melanoma skin cancer. Clin Oncol (R Coll Radiol). 2019 Sep 19.
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