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 curaderm made deep hole which does not close
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Posted - 05/08/2018 :  13:01:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have used it successfully on small bcc but because I was moving and busy doing other stuff, the one on nose got pretty big and although i left bec5 on for about 3 months when i got settled,the hole just kept growing and finally I stopped. That was about 6 months ago. The hole on my nose is large and deep I think it will not close because i did not get it all. I can see the bcc forming around it on all sides. So I am very dissappointed with this treatment and not sure what to do next. The open hold is larger than my index fingernail.


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Posted - 05/10/2018 :  17:53:54  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Oh geez hun so sorry to read things are not so well...

If you want to just close things up, I might suggest you buy some vitamin E gel like i did for healing it.

Basically one can keep treating or healing it seems for these nasty cancers and if you dab the stuff on your nose a few times a day and juice fresh carrots into 2 cups per day, it should get better (jmo)... Best wishes, Bonder
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