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Skin cancer?

 
Anonymous Coward
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08/27/2012 07:28 PM
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Skin cancer?
I got diagnosed with skin cancer today. Is it really that big of a deal?
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08/27/2012 07:32 PM
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Re: Skin cancer?
Depends what type. Basal cell is the one you want to have if you have a choice. Melanoma is rather serious and deadly. Squamous cell has potential to be bad if you let it go.

Basal is most common but can be cut out relatively easy.
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08/27/2012 07:37 PM
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Re: Skin cancer?
I got diagnosed with skin cancer today. Is it really that big of a deal?
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..you might want to ask your doctor, pretty much 2 types,1 is not a biggie...the other is not so good...but prompt aggressive action is the best for either....
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08/27/2012 07:44 PM
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Re: Skin cancer?
Professor Robin Marks, an Australian dermatologist, has conducted a two year study into the cream, called imiquimod and marketed as Aldara.

He found that nine out of 10 patients who used the cream for six weeks found that the cancerous area disappeared completely.

Skin samples taken from the site confirmed that no cancer cells remained.
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08/27/2012 07:45 PM
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Re: Skin cancer?
Dr. Whitaker made a paste from shark cartilage, vitamin C, and DMSO and applied the mixture to the lesion daily. Within 3.5 weeks, the basal cell had completely disappeared.
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08/27/2012 07:49 PM
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Re: Skin cancer?
Well the dr didn't seem to concerned so I guess I will just get some shark cartilage and call it a day
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08/27/2012 07:50 PM
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Re: Skin cancer?
SAMe induced inhibition of cell growth and apoptosis in three human melanoma cell lines without affecting the growth of nontumorigenic cells.

These results demonstrate the antimelanoma activity of SAMe, suggesting its clinical utilization either as a sole agent or in combination with other chemotherapeutic agents.

SAMe and lipoic acid work together to rid the body of melanoma.
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08/27/2012 07:55 PM
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Re: Skin cancer?
N-acetyl-galactosamine is examined as one of the glyconutrients responsible for cellular communication, management of diseases and optimal nerve function.

Colon cancer, patients have been found to have roughly one-half the amount of N-AcetylGalactosamine as normal.

N-AcetylGalactosamine is contained in macrophages and neutrophils (immunity cells) and has been connected to joint inflammation in rheumatoid arthritis patients.

Medical tests reveal that only half the normal amounts of N-acetylgalactosamine is present in the affected area, giving room for cancer cells to metastasize, make more mucin and likely to expand to form metastases.

Therefore, the presence of this saccharide in regular amounts will prevent cell mutation. Daily intake of 280 milligrams would be sufficient.

Dietary sources include Bovine and Shark cartilage, red algae called Dumontiaceae.

N-AcetylGalactosamine is contained in macrophages and neutrophils.
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08/27/2012 08:00 PM
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Re: Skin cancer?
Rick Simpsons: Run from the Cure.




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