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New Posts Skin cancer topical treatments
Looking for topical skin cancer treatment experiences, questions, and answers on Aldara, Efudex, bloodroot, Curaderm, PDQ Herbal, orange oil, topical enzymes, iodine, cannabis, ammonia, coconut oil, Picato, melatonin, ellagic acid, coenzyme Q10, aloe vera, DMSO, ibuprofen, Cymilium, vitamin D, vitamin C, vitamin K2, Cansema, hydrogen peroxide, black salve, green tea, baking soda, caffeine, eggplant, vinegar, petty spurge, milkweed, or anything else!
575 6197 09/01/2014
09:29:12
by: susanh Jump to Last Post
 
New Posts Skin cancer prevention strategies
Discuss causes and cures. Share a recent study result or headline. Optimizing the the immune system against skin cancers. The Budwig diet. Vitamins and nutrition. Is sunlight good or bad for health? Do sunscreens really prevent skin cancer? Is polyunsaturated fat in the diet a root cause of skin cancer? Are toxic cosmetics to blame? Is there an optimal skin cancer diet?
100 428 08/30/2014
23:21:30
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Old Posts Skin Cancer Surveys and Polls
Sometimes it is interesting to see what everyone else thinks! Ask and answer questions related to skin cancer and general health. Find out which skin cancer remedies really work.
10 48 03/19/2013
12:22:13
by: Kel Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Skin disorders and general health topics
Discuss your experiences with skin cancer diagnosis and treatments. Describe the quality of information and treatment offered by your doctor or dermatologist. Moh's surgery. Basal cell cancer. Melanoma. Squamous cell cancer. Actinic Keratosis. Precancerous growths. Actinic cheilitis. Arsenical keratosis. Leukoplakia. Bowen's disease. Malignant lesions. Biopsies. Dealing with disfigurement and scars. Reconstructive surgeries. Laser treatments. Skin cancer in animals. Other health and wellness topics and home remedies. Does spiritual health affect physical healing and wellness? Is there a cancer conspiracy?
148 571 07/13/2014
05:38:47
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Old Posts Topicalinfo web site & forum feedback
Welcome! Skin cancer now affects millions of people worldwide, many chronically. There are good reasons to believe that skin cancer can be prevented by diet and nutrition, that natural healing is possible, and that the best treatment may be a home remedy! These forums are for people with skin cancer and others that care to share questions, concerns, ideas, and experiences. We want better answers for skin cancer. We want to hear your story.

You can be completely anonymous in these forums to protect your medical privacy and to encourage participation. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. You do not need to provide your full name and you can even use a temporary email address ("yourfirstname@mailinator.com") when registering. We want you to participate!

Use this particular forum for site related issues. Why does the registration code not work for me? Why does the email feature not work for me? How do I post pictures? Email privacy information. Suggest changes, report broken links, identify content errors, flag spam, or just say hello!
23 67 07/09/2014
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Disclaimer: The three most common types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. While melanoma is the most dangerous type, keep in mind that any cancer and potentially some cancer treatments can cause injury or death. The various views expressed in these public forums should not be considered as medical advice. See your qualified health-care professional for medical attention, advice, diagnosis, and treatments.