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no1artist Posted - 11/26/2016 : 15:51:43
I have had a issue for the past 15 years never going to the doctor. I have a sizeable spot on my temple area. It gets better and then gets worse again. I am not sure what it is but my best is BCC. I am terrified to go to the doctor and wondered about Mesosilver. It is 20PPM but has not been cleared by the FDA. I just want it to go away and have been able to keep it from my spouse but now I really getting concerned. Thoughts?
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Dougrun Posted - 11/30/2016 : 21:27:21
Sounds like bcc. Spend the $100 and get a biopsy. Vitamin c + dmso is what I started with, then I used curaderm to clean out the bcc.

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