Targeted Photodynamic Therapy for Skin Cancer


Video demonstration from a University College London postdoc fellow on the use of laser treatment for skin tumors that does not scar or damage the skin.

What can a bear, food coloring and a laser teach us about cutting-edge treatment for tumors? Dr Martin Austwick, postdoc research fellow at the University College London National Medical Laser Centre, demonstrates how the NMLC is using laser treatment (targeted photodynamic therapy) for skin tumors without scarring or significant damage to the skin.

Visit the NMLC website to learn more about the research being conducted there.

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