This web site is intended to provide an alternative point of view to traditional medicine's treatment and prevention of skin cancers. I found traditional medicine's approach to skin cancer to be more concerned with treating symptoms rather than addressing causes and therefore unsatisfactory for me. I sought to apply my God given common sense to the problem and to share with others what I had discovered. The reader must exercise their own common sense in analyzing the information, theories, strategies, and opinions I have provided. My intention in communicating this information is to be helpful and sincere to others in a manner like I would want to be helped. Unfortunately, that good intention does not guarantee the information on this web site is free from errors or pitfalls.
The information provided by the Topicalinfo web site is meant to heighten awareness of potential health care alternatives and should not be considered as medical advice. See your qualified health-care professional for medical attention, advice, diagnosis, and treatments. I do not know the safety and efficacy of these skin cancer treatment strategies for others, and I caution anyone considering using these strategies to do so entirely at their own risk. These treatment strategies are experimental with known and possibly unknown risks for the user that may or may not have been disclosed on this web site. These treatment and prevention strategies may change or be removed without notice. The reader should note that I am not a doctor or medical researcher.
If you have a skin problem that might be cancer, see your doctor before considering self-treatment. Incorrect diagnosis, no diagnosis, or ineffective treatment of any cancer can lead to injury or death. Standard treatments of skin cancers from qualified health-care professionals have very high cure rates with excellent time tested results and the lowest known risk of failure and complications. These treatments should be considered first.
It is important to understand the type of skin cancer you may have before considering self-treatment. It is especially important to rule out the possibility of melanoma. Melanoma spreads aggressively throughout the body and can be fatal within a matter of weeks. Do not waste any time seeking qualified medical attention if you cannot rule out melanoma. Squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma, on the other hand, are usually less aggressive in their rate of spread through the body. Even so, basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma can also cause injury or death if not treated properly.
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This information is intended to heighten awareness of potential health care alternatives and should not be considered as medical advice. See your qualified health-care professional for medical attention, advice, diagnosis, and treatments.
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