Category Archives for Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer

Clearing Actinic Keratosis-Photodynamic + Topical Therapies

When compared with monotherapy, photodynamic therapy in combination with a topical treatment had significantly higher complete clearance rates and partial clearance rates (of actinic keratosis). It makes

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Basal Cell Carcinoma On My Nose

Basal Cell Carcinoma Right On My Nose! From: Alex  Subject: BCC Hi David- Recently diagnosed. I was referred to a MOHS surgeon who refused to operate me. The size of the leision located on the tip of

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Stem Cell Transplants Increase Risk of Skin Cancers

Reduce the Risks of Skin Cancer Through Supplementation, Nutrition and Lifestyle What used to be called a “bone marrow transplant” or a “stem cell transplant” is medically termed

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Melanoma Dx- Evidence-based, Non-toxic Skin Cancer Therapies

Chronic exposure of solar UV radiation to the skin leads to basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Cancer Coach- Hi from the UK. I am a 3 year stage 3B melanoma survivor who is under a “watch

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Indoor Tanning- Raise/Reduce Skin Cancer Risk

“Of 5,000 total skin cancer cases in Canada in 2015, a total of 7.0% of melanomas, 5.2% of Basel Cell Carcinomas, and 7.5% of Squamous Cell Carcinomas were caused by ever-use of indoor tanning devices.” If

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The “BEST” Treatments for Basel Cell Carcinoma?

“In order for clinicians, patients, and payers to make informed decisions about treating Basel Cell Carcinoma, new RCT or high-quality NRCS evidence is needed.” I put the word Best in quotes above

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Coffee, Improve Skin, Reduce Skin Cancer Risk-

Consumption of coffee and total polyphenols from all sources and from coffee showed a statistically significant correlation towards a decrease in pigmented spot scores (skin cancer) Non-melanoma skin cancer

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Chemo Cream Prevents Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer?

“People don’t appreciate having stuff cut on their face a lot… They do it if there is a (skin cancer) there, but we want to take a proactive approach where we can give them something

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Coaching Skin Cancer- Over-Diagnosis and Over-treatment Over-Takes Seniors

“But some in the specialty are beginning to question the necessity of aggressive screening and treatment, especially in frail, elderly patients, given that the majority of skin cancer… Over-Diagnosis

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Prevent Skin Cancers, Pre-skin cancers relapse with inexpensive, oral supplement

“The prevention of common skin cancers (SC) and pre-cancers is possible by taking an inexpensive, widely available, oral pill twice daily. The pill—the vitamin B3 supplement called nicotinamide…” Its

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