The discovery of a malignant or benign mass requires an evaluation be performed, by your physician, to establish your eligibility for FAA medical certification. Topical chemotherapy medication used for pre-cancerous and cancerous skin growths may be acceptable on a case by case basis. Systemic intravenous or pill chemotherapy are disqualifying until the course of treatment is completed and essential markers are eloquently presented to the FAA for consideration. All evaluations should be accomplished in compliance with FAA requirements.

Aviation Medical Examiners (AME’s) cannot approve certification for most malignant cases and will defer your application to Oklahoma City FAA for authorization. The deferral process usually takes 4-6 months without our service.

We can help!

We have helped thousands of pilots with this process. We work directly with your physicians and the FAA to assure compliance with FAA protocols and to resolve complex aeromedical certification issues quickly.

Contact us at 405-787-0303 or via E-Mail to confidentially discuss the details of
your case and to establish
your eligibility for FAA medical certification.

There is no charge for an initial consultation.

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