May 25, 2009
Cancer Treatment Center, Indiana Center for Advanced Medicine, specializes in Photodynamic Therapies to treat Breast, Skin and Prostate Cancer, announces the launch of their new website http://www.pdtcancertreatment.com
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) May 25, 2009 -- Indiana Center for Advanced Medicine, of Indianapolis Indiana, is pleased to announce the launch of their new Website. The site is designed to provide patients easy access to the specific treatment processes and an overview of the cutting edge technology used in their minimally invasive cancer treatments. The new website at http://www.pdtcancertreatment.com is patient friendly and informative with sample protocols.
Over the last 25 years, the staff at the Indiana Center for Advanced Medicine has been at the forefront of developing Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) and Sonodynamic Treatments (SDT). These exciting treatments have progressed rapidly especially over the last 10 years. The treatments are normally performed as an outpatient procedure and may be used in conjunction with other therapies such as surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. The American Cancer Society reports that studies have shown PDT can work as well as surgery or radiation therapy in treating certain kinds of cancers and pre-cancerous conditions.
The Indiana Center of Advanced Medicine (Center) is treating Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer and Skin Cancer using Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) along with Sonodynamic Therapy (SPT). PDT and SPT have been found to be very effective in treating these cancers. These therapies are targeted, less invasive than surgery, and have no long term side effects.
The new website for the Indiana Center of Advanced Medicine can be found at http://pdtcancertreatment.com
About Indiana Center of Advanced Medicine:
At its clinic in Indianapolis, the Indiana Center for Advanced Medicine (Center) is currently treating Breast, Skin and Prostate Cancers. The Center has over 25 years of experience using and developing PDT treatments. Essentially, PDT is a process that uses a photosynthesizing agent and particular wavelengths of light to kill cancer cells. The Indiana Center for Advanced Medicine uses the latest available Chlorophyll based photosynthesizing agent (INDICHLOR ®) which is taken orally. PDT treatments are less invasive than surgery, have not long term side effects and are precisely targeted.
The Indiana Center For Advanced Medicine
8330 Naab Road, Suite 235
Indianapolis IN 46260 USA
Medical Research Facility- 8330 Naab Road - Inside view of treatment center: http://www.xytos.com/media-us-center.htm
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