This person has no money for laser treatments.
If you are in Romania, than contact the Romanian Cancer League. They may be able to help:http://www.romaniancancerleague.org/...http://www.cancerhelp.org.uk/help/defaul...
maybe health departments.
here are some links...are they at least IN the U.S.? I don't know the details...Financial Assistance Links for CancerAmercian Cancer Society
http://www.cancer.org BTS Cares
http://www.tbts.orgCancer Care, Inc.
http://www.cancercare.org Cancer financial aid links
http://www.rare-cancer.org/financial-aid...Cancer Fund of America
http://www.cfoa.org Cancer Medicine Assistance links
http://www.rare-cancer.org/medicine-assi...The Candlelighter's Childhood Cancer Foundation
http://www.candlelighters.orgChildren's Emergency Relief Foundation %26 Children's Wish Foundation Intl.
http://www.childrenswish.org Genentech Access to Care Foundation
http://www.spoconline.com Hill-Burton Free Health Care
http://www.themedicineprogram.com... National Association for the Terminally Ill
http://www.terminallyill.org National Bone Marrow Donor Program
http://www.marrow.org/patient/plan_for_t... (financial assistance for bone marrow transplant patients..ie leukemia,etc)National Children's Cancer Society
http://www.children-cancer.com Patient Advocate Foundation
It would be very, very rare in the US for anyone with any common type of skin cancer (basal, squamous, or melanoma) to be treated with a laser as part of their skin cancer treatment. You need to find out more details such as the exact type of skin cancer and what stage and location. Also add whether the person is in Romania or the US.