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The three most common types of malignant skin cancers are basal cell cancer, squamous cell cancer, and melanoma, of which the first two can be easily and effectively treated with the help of bec5 curaderm cream. The main cause of these first two types of skin cancers are the harmful effects of the UV rays of the skin mainly due to over exposure to sun rays. Also basal cell carcinomas and squamous cell carcinomas are most prevalent in people with light colored skin who have spent a lot of time in the sunlight.

If you are  concerned about some wound or growth on your skin that doesn”t seem to go  way despite all the treatment options and ointments you have used so far, chances are it may be a sign or site of skin cancer. While this may sound grave and serious, there is no need to panic as with the advancement of medical science skin cancer is now completely curable.

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Curaderm Cream To Treat All Kinds Of Sun Damage Including Skin Cancer

Sunday, September 30, 2012 @ 01:09 AM
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Curaderm BEC5 is a breakthrough topical cream which has the ability to not only fade age spots or sun spots but cure cutaneous solar keratosis, basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) as well. The cream contains a formulation made from the sugars of solanaceous plants, including edible plants such as Solanum melongena popularly called Eggplant.

Curaderm with its magical and potent skin healing and treating properties provides a major relief to people with discolored, thickened and scaly skin. As per the survey the cream has been used and tested for effectiveness by large number of people including dermatologists and other skin specialists.

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If you have a non-melanoma skin cancer consider treating it with BEC5 Cream

Sunday, September 30, 2012 @ 01:09 AM
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Curaderm BEC5 is a topical cream that contains a specially purified plant extract from the Solanum Sodomaeum, or Devil’s Apple found in Australasia. The extract, known as Solasodine Glycosides, (0.005%) is also found in smaller quantities in eggplant (aubergine).

Curaderm BEC5 was formulated as a result of two decades of research and clinical trials.

Biochemist Dr. Cham discovered that when applied topically, CuradermBEC5 could eradicate non-melanoma skin cancers, more specifically:-

  • Basal cell carcinomas (BCC)
  • Squamous cell carcinomas (SCC)

It has also proved very beneficial in treating benign tumors, including:-

  • Keratoses
  • Keratoacanthomas
  • Sun spots
  • Age spots

“Not only was the cream totally free from any biochemical or clinical side effects, it also proved to be 100% effective in the prevention and treatment of solar keratoses, basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma…”  Dr. Bill Cham

Numerous clinical trials in Australia and Great Britain have confirmed BEC5′s curative ability to regress non-melanoma skin cancers.  One open study of 72 patients, culminated in the regression of all treated lesions (56 actinic keratoses, 39 BCCs and 29 SCCs), which were healed completely after 1 to 13 weeks of treatment.

Trials in 10 UK hospitals found that in 78% of patients, twice daily topical applications of BEC5 resulted in complete remissions within 8-weeks; with the remaining 22% requiring longer treatment times.

Royal London Hospital dermatologists concluded that: “BEC5 is a topical preparation that is safe and effective, an ideal therapy for outpatient treatment… It is a cost effective treatment for both primary and secondary skin cancer care.”

Curaderm BEC5 contains a plant sugar called Rhamnose, (which is not usually found in mammalian species). Specific endogenous lectins, (receptors for the sugar part of the glycoalkaloids) are present in the plasma membranes of susceptible cancer cells, but are not present in normal cells. CuradermBEC5 recognizes and binds the sugar Rhamnose of the glycoalkaloid to the cancer cell, after which it enters the cancer cell resulting in cell death.

Curaderm BEC5 is non toxic, non mutagenic, and does not interfere with heartbeat or blood flow.
Additionally, studies have demonstrated no adverse effects on the liver, kidneys or blood cells both during and after treatment.

Curaderm BEC5 should not be applied to moles and melanomas, and should not be used by persons who are allergic to eggplant or aspirin.

BEC5 keeps skin cancer at bay

Sunday, September 30, 2012 @ 01:09 AM
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BEC5 cream is 99.8 per cent natural, its active ingredients derived from a native Australian plant called “Devils Apple” – or Solanum Sodomaeum. The active constituent used in BEC5 cream – Solasodine Glycosides – is also found in eggplant. BEC5 cream is one of the few natural products that have undergone pharmaceutical grade research and development, having been trialled extensively in Australia and Great Britain.

Who is at risk of skin cancer?

Hem lines and hairstyles may come and go, but a “healthy” tan never seems to be out of fashion. Unfortunately, exposing ourselves to the sun puts us at risk of long-term skin damage and skin cancer. In fact, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States.

Anyone can get skin cancer, but it is more common in people who

• Spend a lot of time in the sun or have been sunburned;

• Have light-coloured skin, hair or eyes;

• Have a family member with skin cancer;

• Are over age 50.

Dermatological treatment may be used for superficial skin cancers, and may vary from scraping out the tumour to fixing the lesion chemically, and shaving it off in layers. With most  forms of dermatological therapy, there is a certain amount of pain involved, plus limitations such as:

• Formation of scar tissue;

• Lack of normal tissue regrowth;

• Limited access to the lesion if it is deep within the skin;

• A high rate of recurrence.

How effective is BEC5 cream?

Extensive medical research in Australia and Great Britain over the past 20 years and the testimonials of over 80,000 people confirm that BEC5 cream really works! In one open study with 72 patients, treatment with BEC5 cream resulted in the regression of all treated lesions, with 100% healed after one to 13 weeks of treatment.

Recent trials in 10 UK hospitals have been equally successful. Researchers found that a twice daily topical application of BEC5 cream produced a complete remission in 78 per cent of the patients within eight weeks. The remaining 22 per cent had also improved and needed longer treatment times. All this was made possible without chemotherapy, radiotherapy or surgery.

Furthermore, biopsies taken before, during and after treatment show that BEC5 continued to work five years after therapy ceased, with no return of skin cancer lesions.

How To Get Rid Of Age Spots With BeC5 Cream

Sunday, September 30, 2012 @ 12:09 AM
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As the sun rays are getting dangerous day by day owing to the depletion of ozone layer and other environmental factors, the number of cases for age spots and skin cancer is continuing to rise.

BEC5 contains a specially purified plant extract which makes it not only effective  on benign tumours such as age spots, keratoses, sun spots and Keratocanthmoas  but on various forms of skin cancers well such as Squamous cell carcinomas ( SCC ) or on Basal cell carcinomas ( BCC ).

Skin cancer in simple terms is an uncontrolled growth of abnormal skin cells. This rapid growth results in tumors, which are either benign (noncancerous) or malignant (cancerous).

Apply topically on cleansed skin in prescribed amount and intervals to get rid of age spots completely and prevent skin from further damage.

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Q: I was very interested to read your article about BEC5 and skin cancer in the December 2005 issue of Nutrition & Healing. I have been following developments concerning this natural material closely since older relatives have eliminated their own skin cancers with an earlier version of BEC5.

Skin cancer newsletter article

Q: I have several dry, rough patches on the back of one of my hands that look almost like they have brownish scales on them. It’s not itchy and it doesn’t seem like psoriasis, but I was wondering if you had any information on what it could be?

Dr. Wright: You should definitely have a dermatologist check them out to be sure, but the spots you’re describing sound like a condition called actinic keratosis.

Studies have shown that an extract from eggplant called BEC5 can cure — that’s cure, not just improve — cases of actinic keratosis (and the majority of skin cancers too), usually in two to three months.

To read more about BEC5, refer back to the December 2005 issue of Nutrition & Healing

Spot remover curaderm article Dr. Jonathan Wright

Review video testimonial available from the Tahoma Clinic website

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Did you know that skin cancer can be treated or prevented naturally?

Sunday, September 30, 2012 @ 12:09 AM
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Did you know that skin cancer, whether melanoma or non-melanoma, can be treated or prevented naturally? According to The Eggplant Cancer Cure by Dr Bill Cham, the inventor or Curaderm. Curaderm BEC5 is a proven non-surgical treatment for non-melanoma skin cancers
Curaderm has been presented on Dr. Mercola’s Radical Cures Segment.

Curasol is a  sunscreen that contains BEC (the active ingredient of Curaderm BEC5) allowing it to destroy cancerous cells as they form. Curasol is easy to apply, smells great, and offers SPF 35 protection (also invented by Dr Bill Cham).

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Curaderm Skin Cancer Cream

Sunday, September 30, 2012 @ 12:09 AM
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As skin cancer, is one of the most common forms of cancer across the world, it is imperative that one should take it seriously and take preventive steps to avoid the occurrence of skin cancer in the first place. However, if you already have skin cancer or signs that signal skin cancer such as a sudden mole, some unwanted growth on the skin, the wound that refuses to heal, scaly or patch skin etc., do not panic or get worried. Talk to your Doctor and get diagnosed and then discuss the Curaderm option with your Medical Professional.

Basically skin cancer is of two types, melonoma and non melonoma. Melonoma is dangerous and malign form of skin cance. Non melonoma is not malignant and can be treated  with topical curaderm cream for skin cancer. Non melonoma type of skin cancer too is of two types, basal cell carcinomas and squamous cell carcinomas.

Bec5 curaderm cream for skin cancer is effective against all kinds of sun damage including bcc, scc, keratosis, and even those cases of bcc where surgical removal has proved to be ineffective. Curaderm cream can be applied twice daily on the affected area after cleansing the skin with antiseptic. The area must be covered with a surgical tape.

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The “backdoor approach” to cancer treatment

BEC5 is a name for a mixture of 1/3 solasonine and 1/3 solamargine in the “triglycoside” form, and 1/3 “diglycosides and monoglycosides” of these two basic molecules.

Solasonine and solamargine themselves are actually very similar (but not identical to) human cholesterol and steroid molecules.

By themselves, solasonine and solamargine don”t have anti-cancer activity because they can”t penetrate into cells, cancerous or normal. That”s why just eating the foods that contain these compounds won”t eliminate your skin cancer or even reduce your risk of getting it. In order for them to be effective, they need to be able to get into the cells. That”s where the glycosides come in.

Glycoside is a term used to describe molecules with various sugars attached to them. One of these simple sugars, called rhamnose, selectively latches on to  receptors present only in skin cancer cell membranes and in actinic keratosis. When you combine the solasonine and solamargine with rhamnose,they can get into the cells where they cause cancer cell death by destroying cell components called lysosomes.

Normal cells escape any harm, since the BEC5 can”t get into them.

80,000 success stories

According to Dr. Bill Cham, who has developed BEC since the 1980s, BEC5 is effective at extremely low-doses and is safe to use even very frequently.

Dr. Cham writes: “BEC5 is applied at least twice daily to the skin and may be applied much more frequently if rapid regression of the tumor is required. Some patients apply [it] up to 10 times daily. The cosmetic results after using BEC5 are very impressive and over 80,000 patients have now used BEC5 successfully.”

Read entire article The Researchers find a groundbreaking skin cancer cure
by Jonathan V. Wright, M.D.

What is Bec5

Saturday, September 29, 2012 @ 11:09 PM
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First in the Australian “devil”s apple,” and then in eggplant, Dr. Cham discovered and described cytotoxic (cell-killing) alkaloids (mostly “solasodine” and “sola-margine”) attached to glucose, galactose, or the plant sugar “rhamnose.”

Curaderm BEC5 is a topical cream formulation containing a mixture of solasodine glycosides, active phytochemicals extracted from eggplant that selectively kill cancer cells without harming normal cells

  • clinically proven topical treatment for non-melanoma skin cancers.
  • Less painful, non-disfiguring and significantly less expensive than conventional surgery,
  • BEC5 cream also eliminates the need for radiotherapy, chemotherapy

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