"Skin cancer," though successfully treated nearly 100% of the time with escharotics such as Cansema, are quite varied as to type, etiology and development.
Physical structure: Skin cancers manifest as a small ulcer, pimple, or mole.
Color: They can be red, brown, black, or white in color, largely depending on type.
Invasiveness: They can be localized, or they can spread into blood vessels, lymph glands, and connecting ducts, metastasizing to other organs of the body.
kin cancer is one of the easiest
conditions to treat with alternative methods.
Nonetheless, it should not be taken lightly:
in the case of melanoma, the growth or "neoplasm"
can quickly metastasize and invade vital organs.
Read our section on
Cansema, our black, topical
salve for treating skin cancers, regardless of type. For skin cancers larger
than 1/2" diameter it is recommended to use our anti-tumor device. For those who might have thought they had cancer,
but were told by their physician that their "mole"
was benign, see our section on
Bloodroot Paste for non-cancerous moles and
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and does is not intended to replace the use of a qualified
health care professional. We strongly recommend the use
of a physician for the diagnostic phase of any treatment.
With an accurate diagnosis in hand, we believe the consumer,
at that point, has a basic, unalienable right to seek out
factual information on all therapeutic approaches, both
orthodox and alternative, and chose those approach(es)
that are right for them. Nonetheless, a "good doctor"
should be considered a requisite starting point.
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