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Radiation burns


Radiation treatment kills cancer cells, but it may also damage healthy cells.

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Case Study

The Problem

Radiation burn symptoms include:

  • Redness

  • Dryness

  • Itching

  • Peeling

  • Blisters

  • Swelling

  • Tissue damage

Other types of skin changes may occur as well. Your skin may become swollen and puffy, or have a “moist reaction” where it becomes wet, sore and prone to infection. Moist reactions, sometimes called "weeping radiation burns," usually occur around skinfolds, such as under the breasts. Other changes, like skin texture or color, may vary based on what area of your body the treatment targets.

Our Solutions

Take good care of your skin. Good skin care is one of the best defenses against radiation burns or other skin changes.

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