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Salicylic Acid  

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Posted by Emma (Usa) on 05/31/2016
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Salicylic Acid works great!!!! Paint tiny bit on suspicious mole or spot on body. Only on the suspicious spot. The cancer will die within two days. Paint on spot two times a day. Underneath it the skin will be raw like a burn, and it will drain. The drainage will form a scab and waa laa. Cancer no more.


Posted by Phantom010436 (Singapore) on 01/18/2010

17% salycidic acid can kill and remove skin cancers (melanoma) but not the healthy tissue. Salycidic acid is
commonly used to remove wart but few know that it can also kill cancer cells. Salycidic acid is common asprin made from the bark of a willow tree. Just apply salycidic acid to the cancer parts often and the cancer cells will be killed. Common vinegar can also cure chronic ear infections like swimmers ear.

http://www.thecancerblog.com/2005/10/05/risk-of-repeat-melanoma-high/


Surgery  

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Posted by Anonymous (Quincy, Ma) on 12/31/2012
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Warning
WARNING!

A word of warning! I went to a dermatologist who wanted me to have a precancerous lesion operation on my lower lip. Months after I was thinking it over I went in for a follow up visit... His female assistant attended me the next visit... She quickly looked at me and said I have a lesion on my nose and quickly sprayed some liquid nitrogen on it... It took about 2 seconds for everything... I got the bill which was paid for by medicare for the prodedure and it cost $120.00 for 2 seconds and THERE WAS NO LESION... This much money and this phoney procedure is probably being taken from every patient...

It happened so quickly I couldn't respond... She should have showed me the lesion.. I know my own face and there was none. I have since found out that I didn't/don't need an operation on my lower lip... My chiropractor was told he needed surgery on his nose by the same dermatologist which was also a lie.. This Dr is in Plymouth, MA. And Quincy, MA. and has a large practice of older people who don't question anything... They are prey for this unethical, crooked Dr.

I hope this saves people in the area from being taken for money and suffering... Happy New Year everyone!


Turmeric  

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Posted by James (Summit, NJ) on 04/18/2009
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The last two years or more I've been watching a mole like growth on my lower leg next to my calf. It didn't do much for a while but about six months ago it started to grow. It was about half inch across, maybe slightly less. It had a brown reddish dark hue. The texture was scaly and bumpy. Edges were irregular. It did have a more "round" shape. In short, it was the classic melanoma. I looked on the web and yes there it was in dozens of photos. An angry dark spot spreading out. I figured it was time to get to the Dermatologist but for some reason I held off. I started to take turmeric as a supplement in my morning smoothies. Intially I took turmeric as a cure for a severe case of diahrrea, which it cured almost instantly. After some more research I started taking it every day. After about a month I noticed that my small melanoma was changing. It was becoming lighter, the edges were turning into new skin. Now it's almost gone after three months. New skin has taken over most of it. There is only a small area in the original center left which won't be there long from the looks of it. I put a teaspoon of turmeric in my berrie smoothie, which hides the taste. I actually like the tast of it so for me it's not a problem.

Replied by Robert
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
06/25/2011
My brother had a large growth on his belly next to his navel and if he bumped it on something it bleed alot. I tried for a long time to have him go to the doctor about it but he did not go. However, when he did go they found that the growth was melanoma and he was sent to the surgen. The growth was removed along with one of his limpth nods which had no melanoma in it. He was told to come back for additional treament which he chose not to do. Now he has three lumps that came up on his back.... So I guess the melanoma is spreading. Is there anything that he can do now since he is in the situation that he is in.

Robert in Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Replied by C.c.
Los Angeles, Ca
06/25/2011
Re. Melamona. Research BLOODROOT. Also known as black salve.
Replied by Nevada Smith
Portland, Pennsylvania
07/08/2012
I wonder if it's the turmeric or the berries?

Vitamin C  

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Posted by Sid (Brisbane, Qld Australia) on 09/09/2012

I have chronic bcc skin cancer probs from the tropics of png. Does anyone know the side effects of using vitamin c mineral ascorbate vitamin c when used externally on the BCC's

Replied by Citygirl27
Richardson, Tx, Usa
09/10/2012
I don't know about ascorbic acid, but baking soda for skin cancers can work very well. This is Dr. Simoncini's skin cancer page. http://www.curenaturalicancro.com/cancertherapy-skin-cancer.html

Also, do whatever you can to raise and sustain your pH to at least the mid 7's til the cancer goes away. Mix A juice of one lime or lemon with a teaspoon of baking soda, then adding water, works well, and tastes like fizzy lemonade.