University of Minnesota Health Cancer Care offers you multidisciplinary care for melanoma. We specialize in unique therapies and treatments, including phototherapy, photopheresis and Mohs micrographic surgery. Mohs surgery is an outpatient procedure to treat aggressive cancer, and cancer in cosmetically sensitive areas, such as the face and around the eyes. With the Mohs procedure, your doctor will remove the skin growth layer by layer, examining each layer under the microscope for abnormal cells. This procedure eliminates cancerous cells without removing much of the surrounding healthy skin.
Advanced melanoma care
We are dedicated to finding new therapies to treat melanoma through research and our partnership with Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota, one of 41 National Cancer Institute comprehensive cancer centers in the US. If you need advanced care in the treatment of metastatic melanoma (melanoma that has spread to other parts of the body), we now offer isolated limb perfusion chemotherapy, chemoembolization, radioembolization, high-dose interleukin-2 therapy, as well as leading-edge surgical options.