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Eddie_T

USA
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Posted - 03/23/2022 :  13:14:30  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have read that diclofenac gel has in some cases had good results against skin cancer. Apparently a 3% or 5% gel was used off-label. I have some 1% ordered hoping that I can exceed dosage by applying hourly rather than every four hours on some actinic keratosis sites.

I have l have also been using Vitamin-C, grape seed extract and melatonin mixed with a bit of DMSO for a couple of weeks and it seems to be making some progress. I also read that N-Acetyl Cysteine may be effective and have some on order to combine with this mixture.

I didn't retain any links so anyone interested will have to do a search. I also try to check NCBI when I find something of interest to pursue.

edit: I did add NAC to the DMSO mixture. I apply it several times a day and also apply diclofenac gel often in between mixture applications. I have gotten one area to pit and may stop its treatment and begin application EMT Gel (collagen) to the pitted lesion to see if it will heal.

Edited by - Eddie_T on 04/16/2022 21:19:26

skinflint

USA
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Posted - 05/05/2022 :  09:43:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have been off forum for a couple years. what I dont see anymore is talk of eggplant, dmso, orange oil, apple cider vinegar? i used this before to cure some basal cell spots.
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Eddie_T

USA
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Posted - 05/18/2022 :  12:14:20  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I also picked up some fenbendazole paste which I am alternating with diclofenac gel. I have some eggplant-vinegar that I also use on occasion and orange oil as well. My problem seems to be impatience. If I am successful I won't know which one worked or if all had some effect.
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