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5th World Congress on Cancer Therapy

Atlanta, USA

Suzanne Anderer

Illinois School of Electrology, USA

Title: S.I.M.P.L.E.™ permanent hair removal as an option for unwanted hair growth experienced as a side-effect of cancer treatment drugs


Biography: Suzanne Anderer


The S.I.M.P.L.E. (Sequential, Inverted, Micro-Pulsed, Led, Energy) method employs AC (alternating current), at the standard AC current cycle level produced in the United States for delivery to consumers. In S.I.M.P.L.E., S is a sequential series of heating patterns; I refers to an inverted application, each pulse point traveling downwards to the base of the follicle; M is for micro, or the small heating patterns used in the method; P is for pulse , referencing the quick bursts of energy; L is for led, or the action of micro-pulses traveling downwards, contacting untreated tissue; and E is for energy, a term used to defi ne electricity which has heat-producing eff ects. Th is current is not a galvanic or “blend” current; therefore it is not electrolysis. I would like to expound on . S.I.M.P.L.E.™ Permanent Hair Removal’s needle-type application and its usefulness in treating unwanted hair growth that may be caused by cancer medication’s side-eff ects. In over thirty years of practice, I have treated cancer survivors and those undergoing treatment that have experienced signifi cant hair growth as a side-eff ect to their medication. S.I.M.P.L.E.™ is a method with heat-producing properties and the distinct benefi t of micro-pulse, radio frequency (RF) contact throughout the ENTIRE dermis of each visible, hair-producing follicle. Variables such as texture of hair, stage of hair growth, endocrine and drug-induced hair growth, and skin color and type are treated eff ectively. Th is method is minimally invasive with shorter recovery periods and less damage to surrounding tissue, which may be particularly benefi cial to cancer survivors.