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Photodynamic Therapy

 Photodynamic treatment (PDT) is a two-phase treatment that consolidates light vitality with a medication (photosensitizer) intended to decimate carcinogenic and precancerous cells after light enactment. Photosensitizers are actuated by a particular frequency of light vitality, for the most part from a laser. The photosensitizer is nontoxic until it is actuated by light. Be that as it may, after light actuation, the photosensitizer gets harmful to the focused on tissue. A few photosensitizer drugs are accessible today to treat an assortment of infections, including skin inflammation, psoriasis, age-related macular degeneration, and a few diseases, for example, skin, lung, mind, bladder, pancreas, bile channel, throat, and head and neck. Notwithstanding rewarding these conditions, PDT likewise helps treat bacterial, parasitic and viral diseases. Studies have indicated that this light-based treatment can trigger the body's safe reaction, giving your body another way to help pulverize malignant and precancerous cells