Sensus Healthcare Announces its Exhibitor Attendance at the 71st Annual American Academy of Dermatology Meeting
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BOCA RATON, Fla., Feb. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Sensus Healthcare is proud to announce their exhibitor participation in the 71st Annual American Academy of Dermatology Meeting in Miami Beach, FL on March 1-5, 2013. Visit booth #2701 to learn more about the advanced SRT-100™ superficial radiotherapy platform, featuring SharpBeam™. The SRT-100 offers unique features and benefits providing Dermatologists a non-invasive option for treating their patients who are diagnosed with skin cancer!
We cordially invite all AAD attendees to visit our booth (#2701) at the upcoming 71st Annual Academy of Dermatology Meeting in Miami Beach, FL and rediscover superficial radiotherapy (SRT). We are proud to feature our SRT-100™ non-invasive treatment system and demonstrate the impact it can have on your practice by providing your patients with a non-invasive treatment option while at the same time increasing your productivity and realizing an excellent ROI! "We are very excited by the feedback we are getting from our Dermatology customers. They are experiencing excellent outcomes as their patients are very happy with the results and they feel their investment in the SRT-100 was well worth it," declared Joe Sardano, President/CEO, Sensus Healthcare. See you in Miami!
About Sensus Healthcare: Sensus Healthcare is the worldwide leader dedicated to Superficial Radiotherapy Technology (SRT). The featured SRT-100 System is the most advanced non-invasive technology used by Dermatologists and Radiation Oncologists throughout the world in treating Basal Cell (BCC) and Squamus Cell (SCC) Carcinomas. The SRT-100 features SharpBeam technology providing the most accurate and safest treatment possible resulting in proven outcomes. Visit our web site to learn more about Sensus Healthcare…………..Taking new aim at treating skin cancer! www.sensushealthcare.com
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