Blue light skin treatment, or photodynamic therapy, uses a combination of light and photosensitizing drugs to treat precancerous lesions and localized cancers of the skin. As of 2015, PDT is used by some treatment center... More »

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Blue light combined with photosensitizing drugs, called photodynamic therapy, treats skin cancers without inducing long-term side effects. The special blue light activates the drugs, leaving little or no scarring. Doctor... More »

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Blue light therapy, a form of photodynamic therapy, treats skin with special photosensitive chemicals before exposing it to a blue light, which reacts with the chemicals to generate reactive oxygen radicals that destroy ... More »

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Blue light combined with photosensitizing drugs, called photodynamic therapy, treats skin cancers without inducing long-term side effects. The special blue light activates the drugs, leaving little or no scarring. Doctor... More »

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Blue light therapy, a form of photodynamic therapy, treats skin with special photosensitive chemicals before exposing it to a blue light, which reacts with the chemicals to generate reactive oxygen radicals that destroy ... More »

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Blue light photodynamic therapy is a form of photodynamic therapy that utilizes blue light and a chemical called aminolevulinic acid to treat actinic keratosis, a skin condition that can develop into cancer, according to... More »

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Red-light therapy is a technology that was first developed by NASA and uses visible red light (as opposed to infrared) to help nourish and heal the skin. Red-light therapy has many medical uses, including treating eczema... More »

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