If you've been told you need surgery to treat a Basal Cell Cancer
or Squamous Cell Carcinoma and were not offered
Image Guided Superficial Radiotherapy (IG-SRT),
it’s time to learn about IG-SRT.


Know your options and make a better-informed decision.
Call 312-456-7890 to learn more about IG-SRT.

Welcome to GentleCure

Thank you for visiting GentleCure to learn more about IG-SRT (Image Guided Superficial Radiotherapy), a non-invasive treatment option for non-melanoma skin cancer. If you have been diagnosed with non-melanoma skin cancer, it is important to know that while surgery may be one of the first treatment options presented to you, it is not your only choice.

Here at GentleCure, our skin cancer information specialists seek to empower non-melanoma skin cancer patients to be actively involved in their treatment decisions. Learn more about the GentleCure brand’s promise to you and delve deeper into what you can expect when you pursue radiotherapy as an alternative to Mohs surgery.

What Is the GentleCure Promise?

If you’re facing a non-melanoma skin cancer challenge, we promise to help you better understand your treatment options so that you and your doctor may make a better-informed treatment decision. At GentleCure, it’s first and always about the patient.

Our Values

Above all else, our skin cancer information specialists value Integrity, Gratitude, Servant leadership, Respect, and Teamwork.


Unlike traditional radiation that delivers massive amounts of energy deep into the body, possibly causing severe skin reactions, IG-SRT radiation utilizes a small, portable device that delivers very low energy just below the surface of the skin to treat Basal cell and Squamous cell carcinoma.   Learn How


Generally, you are seen by the same therapist during each of your visits, providing consistency and peace of mind during a time when you may understandably be feeling a little uneasy or anxious. Find Out More


Local control rates for non-melanoma skin cancers are comparable with Mohs surgery. Image-Guided Superficial Radiotherapy has the added value of better cosmetic results and no requirement for halting medications when being treated for Basal cell or Squamous cell carcinoma.   See Outcomes

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Contact Us With Questions
About Superficial Radiation Therapy

If you think IG-SRT is right for you but have questions about non-melanoma skin cancer facts you would like to ask, we welcome you to call us at 312-987-6543 to speak with one of our skin cancer specialists. If you’ve already decided to pursue IG-SRT as a treatment option but are having difficulty locating a dermatology and skin cancer center near you that offers IG-SRT radiation therapy, give us a call. We also encourage you to take a moment to browse our blog, where you will find comprehensive posts detailing common topics and helpful advice surrounding non-melanoma skin cancer. No matter where you’re at in your Superficial Radiation Therapy journey, GentleCure is here for you.