I take immunosuppressants and have had a liver transplant. Would blue light treatment have any negative effects on my liver or overall health?

The blue light treatment is for pre-cancer lesions on my forehead and scalp. For several years the treatment I have followed has been to freeze the area affected, which usually produces acceptable results for about a year then the lesions return.

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Answered by Evolution MD

We recommend you speak to your primary care physician regarding this.

Published on Oct 17, 2018

Answered by Evolution MD (View Profile)

We recommend you speak to your primary care physician regarding this.

Published on Oct 17, 2018


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