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TwilaTharp Posted - 12/05/2017 : 19:35:25
I have had skin cancer on my nose for over 7 years. So far the best treatment I've found is First Aid Gel by Sovereign Silver. The company developed this fairly recently. I also use Colloidal silver by the same company. I have taken 2 tsps. 5 x per day for a couple of weeks, then I give it a rest. The condition is not as deep as it once was and the area affected is shrinking. We are all different and I think the secret is to find what works for you which takes some trial and error. Colloidal silver was used during the time of the plague. The best prices I've found for Colloidal silver are at Lucky Vitamin in Conshohocken, PA, and their delivery system works well.
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dan Posted - 12/06/2017 : 07:31:15
Hi TwilaTharp,

Thanks for your post. Can you clarify the term "taken"? Is this a topical treatment or do you consume it orally?

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