November 18, 2013 Chilly temperatures help cancers grow (including Basal Cell Carcinoma)
Here is something to think about this winter: A cold environment boosted the growth of several different types of cancer, including breast, skin, colon, and pancreas.
You have probably arrived at this site because you have Basal Cell Carcinoma skin cancer (also known as BCC), know someone who has been diagnosed with Basal Cell Carcinoma or you are looking for more information on treating Basal Cell Carcinoma with Curaderm BEC5.
If so, you have come to the right place. On this website, you can get information on:
The links on the left will guide you through the website, but if after reading through the information you have any questions about my experiences using Curaderm BEC5, you are welcome to contact me at: info@BasalCellCarcinoma.info
Craig bought Curaderm BEC5 through this website, and is now successfully completing the treatment for his basal cell carcinoma. Congratulations Craig!
Craig has told me that if anyone wants to contact him to ask about his experiences, they are free to do so. If you would like to contact him, you can contact Craig through me at info@BasalCellCarcinoma.info
Basal cell carcinoma is the most common type of skin cancer and accounts for 90 percent of all skin cancer types. Although it is classified as a cancer, basal cell carcinoma is very rarely fatal and in fact it has one of the lowest mortality rates of any cancer being only 0.3 percent.
Usually basal cell carcinoma is slow growing but can suddenly expand and grow to invade extensive areas of skin, blood vessels, cartilage and bone, and if left untreated for years it can be fatal.
The four main subtypes of basal cell carcinoma are:
Basal cell carcinoma is easily treatable, but should be tackled as soon as possible to prevent spreading to nearby tissue. If you notice any new marks on your skin, or a change in shape or colour of old marks, you should seek a qualified medical opinion as soon as possible.
Important Disclaimer: I am not a qualified medical practitioner, nor do I claim to have any formal medical education. If you decide you want to try Curaderm BEC5 to treat basal cell carcinoma skin cancer, you should consult your health care provider about your decision first and seek their advice.