Curaderm BEC5 FAQ's


 
Quite alot of people send me emails about my basal cell carcinoma and the treatment with Curaderm BEC5, here are some answers to the more frequent questions. 
For me Curaderm BEC5 was very effective and cured my basal cell carcinoma skin cancer.  I was sceptical about the claims made of BEC5 at first, but I am extremely happy with the outcome of the treatment, and I wonder why this fantastic treatment isn't available worldwide as it's cheaper than 'traditional' treatments and seems to be more effective.
 
At the bottom of this page you can read part of the treatment journal/diary I kept.

Some questions I have been asked about my treatment of Basal Cell Carcinoma using Curaderm Bec5:


Q: Am I supposed to keep putting on the Curaderm until it no longer reacts with the lesion and just soaks in? So far I'm at 14 days and the lesion hole is now closed up and the cream doesnt sting anymore but still has a very small spot on it that has the reaction of the Curaderm cream kinda raising up in a white foam and not absorbing in. You know what I mean?
 
I'm trying to figure out when to stop putting on the Curaderm cream.

A:14 days seems pretty fast for the curaderm to have worked, but, on the curaderm website it says Treatment can take a couple of weeks to well over a month in some cases, depending on how large the lesion is. There is no fixed time for a treatment, you should only stop treatment when the lesion has completely healed over with skin. So it sounds to me like you have managed to rid yourself of the basal Cell Carcinoma.
Of course if you have any doubts you should talk to your Doctor.

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Q:  Hi,
  First off, thank you sooo much for creating your video! What a service you have done.
  I have Basal Cell Carcinoma on my forehead – about ½ inch by ½ inch in diameter.
  I started using Curaderm earlier this year for just two weeks and it really ‘ate’ into the skin. My wife was concerned it was going to ‘eat’ right down into my scalp, so she convinced me to stop.
  The area has healed somewhat but the Basal Cell Carcinoma is still there. I had a depression in my forehead from the Basal Cell Carcinoma and it’s still there.
  I want to begin the treatment again. My question is should I just let the cream do its thing and eat away down to the scalp? I suspect the Basal Cell Carcinoma cells are that far down.
  You may not have experienced this, but I’d just like your opinion.
  Also, is there a way to find doctors (or someone) who can monitor the treatment? I’m in California.
  Thanks so much for all you have done!


A: Hi, Thanks for your email and kind comments.
A Basal Cell Carcinoma of ½ inch by ½ inch is a fair size but not huge.  The one I had was a bit bigger than yours and using the Curaderm BEC5 was worrying at first.  The Curaderm really does go deep (the basal layer of skin is deep) I have attached 2 pictures to this email.  The one with the bandage on was taken about 6 days after the first application and the other one at day 26.  The day 26 picture will give you some idea of the depth, although the actual 'hole' was deeper than the picture seems to show.  The other picture I attached just to show you what to expect if you go ahead.
My line of thought was that if I didn't try the Curaderm then I would have to have a large skin graft which might leave a large scar in a very visible place, so I risked it.  It was pretty scary at first, a lot of swelling (see my under my eye in the bandage picture) and yes the Curaderm burned down deep.  A few times during the treatment I did consider stopping, but I persisted and it turned out ok in the end.
All I can say is weigh up the pros and cons, and of course you should consult your health care provider,  I have to say didn't but people should. 

Sorry I can't be more specific, and I can understand your wife's concern  (mine wasn't all that concerned..hmmmf) The treatment hurts, it looks awful, and it's scary watching the hole get deeper day by day, but in my case it was fine in the end, and I'm glad I didn't have the surgey and skin graft.
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Q: Hi, and thanks for helping us out here in the world,
I have what my dermatologist friend identified as a mild actinic keratosis on my nose.  I just got a tube of curaderm bec5 in the mail, and only just now learned that I am expected to use it minimum twice per day, covered with paper tape.
What I'm wondering is:  could I possibly get away with using it only once per day, at night, having it covered properly all night, then wake and wash normally in the morning, then re-apply again at night only?  Perhaps I'm hoping that since mine is a mild AK rather than a deep Basal Cell Carcinoma I could get away with that.
Any thoughts on this question would be most appreciated.  I understand that you do not give advice.
Thank you again,
Hi Frank,

A: I don't think it would work. I think the affected area has to be kept 'moist' with the curaderm bec5, if  you leave the affected area open to the air with no curaderm bec5 it's going to scab over and the next time you apply the curaderm it wont be able to get at the cancerous cells (unless you pick the scab off)
You would also still have the swelling and redness issues, and maybe the risk of infection if you leave it uncovered.
In short, I don't think it's a good idea.  It's a pretty unattractive treatment (swelling at first, redness etc) so you'd probably want to keep it covered up anyway, ie. hidden from public view! :-)
That's just my layman's opinion.
All the best
 
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Q: Paul I wanted to ask you, when you removed your bandage each day – to clean the wound and reapply the Curaderm BEC5, did you have some yellow discharge covering your wound?  I seem to have that on my cheek treatment area.  On your photo’s your wound looks ‘clean’ – did you take the pics after you cleaned the wound? 
 I read in once place, that the yellow discharge is my white blood cells mopping up/casting off the now dead cancer cells.  And ironically I read on another web site that discharge is an adverse reaction that shouldn’t be happening, contradicting what I originally read.  
 Your opinion would be greatly appreciated.
 
A: I can only speak from my own experience, but yes I had quite alot of discharge after using the Curaderm BEC5.  I had to keep a tissue with me during the day and wipe the liquid away as it seeped out from under the plaster, and during the night it would sometimes run very close to my eye.  In the morning it would leave a dried crusty trail on my forehead. 
Several people have asked me about the discharge, so I suppose it's normal.
Yes I did take the pictures after cleaning off the 'gunge' otherwise it wouldn't have been possible to see the Basal Cell Carcinoma healing.
 
All the best
 
Q: Hello,
......I am in the middle of treatment with Curaderm and have so many questions and concerns and cant find anywhere to get any answers or talk to anyone.  Your Video is the only thing I can find ( Visually ) to help me think I am on the right track.  I am in so much pain each time I put it on and not sure if I am using the product correctly.  There is no clear info out there about what to expect.  Is my lesion small or large?  They say to put the cream just on the lesion site but as you know it grows.......Wondering if you covered your whole area that turned red or just the original spot?  Did you just do it twice a day or several times a day?  How much cream did you go through?  I am probably just in fear like most people because there is no one to guide you through it.  Cant see whats in the tube and am afraid I am going to run out ( after only one week use ) so I ordered more.  I am grateful for your video and if you could give me anymore feedback I would really appreciate it !!!!!!!
Thank you,....
 
A:  Hi .....
Yes, it is quite troubling when you have no references to ask! I know exactly what you mean.  I have highlighted your questions below and tried to answer each one. If you have a look on the website I made about my treatment, you can get more information: http://www.basalcellcarcinoma.info

Is my lesion small or large?
I have seen several methods for defining the sizes of Basal cell carcinomas and many of those vary, but the Section of Dermatology, at the Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida, USA in a published article defined sizes of Basal cell carcinomas as:
T1 = Small (less than 2 square cm)
T2 = Intermediate-sized (2-5 square  cm)
T3 = Giant basal cell carcinomas (over square  5 cm)
Ref: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8348493
 
Wondering if you covered your whole area that turned red or just the original spot?
I put the Curaderm on the whole area that seemed to be affected by the basal cell carcinoma.  In other words not just the immediate area that was visible before the treatment, but on the red area as well as it grew through using Curaderm.
 
Did you just do it twice a day or several times a day?
Only twice a day, usually at about 8am and then 12 hours later at 8pm.
 
How much cream did you go through?
By the end I had used one full tube of cream and a tiny bit of a second tube that I had.
 
Have a look through the website I mentioned above, and if you have any questions, don't hesitate to drop me a line.
 
All the best 
 
Q: Hi:
I watched your video online and was extremely impressed. 
I have basal cell carcinoma in my ear.  I have been using curaderm for 9 weeks so far and the healing is very slow.  There is a fairly large indentation in my ear and each time I use the curaderm it still burns quite badly.   Should it still be burning this far along?  It still looks very raw.  I just started my second tube of curaderm.  I am now doing it three times a day.  I had an appointment with a plastic surgeon but am cancelling it in hopes that this will cure the cancer.  I have had this for 2 years.  The doctor did a biopsy and it is basal cell.  How long should this take? Will the indentation eventually go away?
I found your Q & A very informative. 
Thankyou for an response you can give to my questions.
 
A: Should it still be burning this far along? I found it burned right up to the end, but it gets less towards the end.  I kept putting the curaderm on until the 'hole' had healed over and then kept putting it on for a few days just to make sure.  At that point it didn't hurt at all, presumably because there was no basal cell carcinoma left for the cream to destroy.  My treatment lasted nearly 11 weeks.
 How long should this take?  Immediately after I finished applying the curaderm, there was virtually no indentation where the hole had been, and the skin looked  red as if it was sunburned, this redness went after a couple of weeks, and really now you can't see anything.  I would have gone back to my Doctor after about 12 weeks if it still hadn't healed up.
 I think that when it stops stinging the curaderm has destroyed the  basal cell carcinoma , that's the thing to look out for.  Are you finding that the stinging is getting less at all?
 Just a suggestion, but do you think it might be an idea to talk to the surgeon and explain what you are doing?
 If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to drop me a line.  I know it's a bit frightening when there isn't anyone to share your experience with.
All the best
 
Q. I Wanted To Know If You Continued To Apply The Cureaderm For Each Of The 70 Plus Days Of Treatment Or Stopped At Some Point
A.I applied the curaderm bec5 to the basal cell carcinoma twice a day, everyday (76 days) without missing one day.
 
Q.Did You Widen The Application Or Did You Concentrate On The Original Spot?
A.I widened the application. I started (day 1) by applying the curaderm bec5 to the visible basal cell carcinoma and as the affected area grew, applied the cream to that area as well, until the cream stopped reacting on the skin. In other words, I applied the curaderm bec5 on the original visible basal cell carcinoma, and applied the cream to the expanding area every day until the area stopped expanding.
 
Q. As The Treatment Progressed Did It Become Increasingly Painful,If So How Did You Manage It.
A. I wouldn't say it got more painful as the area grew. I would apply the curaderm bec5 and it would sting for about 30-45 mins and then subside. At the point it hurt the most I would say it hurt about 7 out of 10 (0= no pain & 10=unbearable pain) so quite painful but not terrible.
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Q:Nearly all gone, just a bit of healing to be done. When did you stop using the cream? The hole has pretty much disappeared.Thanks for all your help, it’s very much appreciated.

A:I used the cream until the hole had completely gone, and then a couple of days after that just to make sure.
After I finshed the treatment I started putting sunblock on to protect the new skin, and I think it might help to stop the basal cell carcinoma coming back, although in my research I read that basal cell carcinoma can be the result of sunburns from when we were chidren and only years later the basal cell carcinoma appears.
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Q: (email summary) The treatment area seems to be healing round the edges. Not much inside though.
A: During my treatment I noticed that the healing took place from the outside inwards, and not from the bottom of the 'hole' upwards. This has the visual effect of the hole getting smaller over time and not 'filling in' from the bottom.  I suppose the new healthy skin cells grow from the sides inwards and not from the bottom of the hole upwards.
Q: Hi,
   I watched your video of your day-to-day treatment of your forehead skin cancer.  I really appreciate your putting that up for viewing, as it makes me feel that what is happening in my own treatment is probably ok and a normal part of the healing.  I am using curaderm to treat a squamous cell carcinoma on the tip of my nose, and today is the end of week 13, and I am feeling very frustrated that this wound just seems to stay the same every day, that it doesn't seem to be healing over by now.  There are still raw spots, and there is always a "gristly" white residue in the wound, like dead skin cells that should be coming off when I clean the wound, but they don't loosen up easily and wash away.  I was beginning to think this must be abnormal, and was much relieved to see, in your video on days 10-13, that your wound had similar debris, which makes me feel much relieved!  My question is---did you have to scrub that white debris in the wound for it to go away?  I was doing that for awhile, but it made my nose very sore, and sometimes there was some bleeding, so I stopped.  I'd really appreciate hearing from you when you have time.  Thanks much.

A:Nice to hear from you! 
In short, no I didn't try to remove the hard white 'spots' it would have hurt too much and I didn't really feel the need to, after sometime they went by themselves.  I didn't try and remove any scabbing or other dead skin, except towards the end when the wound had finally covered over,  I removed a bit of new white 'spongy' skin because I was anxious to see if the hole had filled in, of course taking the new skin off opened it up again which is why the little hole that's left towards the end of the video seems to take ages to close up! Silly me!!  I can also say that I didn't clean it very hard, just a gentle washing with antisceptic wash, with hardly any pressure, certainly not enough to make it bleed.
My impression was that the Curaderm actually destroys the cancer pretty quickly and by far the longest part is the healing.
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Q: Did it hurt?
A: Yes, a bit.  Pain is a very subjective matter and I have no doubt that some people would feel a greater or lesser degree of pain than I did using the cream. 
Using the Numerical Rating Scale (NRS) for pain (The scale is: NRS of 0–10, where 0 is no pain at all and 10 is extreme pain) the most I felt was 6.5  this was between day 2 and day 12, after that it hurt less and less each day.


Q: Did you think about stopping the treatment?
A: Yes, there was a point where I was a bit worried about the swelling (day 2 to day 10) but I kept going, the swelling went down and I continued with the treatment.

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Q: Is it ok to apply the cream onto the scab? Or is it better onto the skin below?
A: The way I did it was to put it on top of the scab (after cleaning the area with an antiseptic)  I found that because the area is permanently covered with the cream the scab softens up and comes off anyway in a couple of days.

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Q: Several days ago, when I removed the tape, about a third of the "wound area" looked like fresh pink skin, and I was delighted, thinking that part had healed.  But the next day, another layer of the white had covered over that part again.  I'm wondering--did you continue to put the cream even on top of the white covered-over area, or only where the wound was still open and raw?  I've continued putting the cream over all areas of the wound, including the part where it's covered with the white, and it makes me wonder if that is causing that white "cover" of skin to keep returning.  Or did the white eventually just quit returning, on its own??
A: I think the white stuff is a good sign.  I'm not sure but I believe it protects the new skin growing underneath, I think this because as I think I mentioned, I pulled the last of the white stuff off right at the end of the treatment and it then took ages to finally heal up.
 
 

Journal entries while treating my Basal Cell Carcinoma.

Level of Pain Felt During Basal Cell Carcinoma Treatment using Curaderm


Treatment Diary

Pain is a very subjective matter and I have no doubt that some people would feel a greater or lesser degree of pain than I did using the Curaderm. 
However, I will use the Numerical Rating Scale (NRS) for pain to try and give an indication of the level of discomfort I felt whilst using the Curaderm.
The scale is: NRS of 0–10, where 0 is no pain at all and 10 is extreme pain (not able to carry on with treatment)

16th March (phtoto 0)
10:30am Had a shower and cleaned basal cell carcinoma with soap and water, after, Cleaned the Basal cell carcinoma with antiseptic wash, applied Curaderm and then applied the surgical tape to protect the area. 
I felt an immediate stinging sensation on applying the Curaderm: NRS 4. Comparable to being stung by a Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica)
11:20am Much milder pain: NRS: 2.
12:45pm No pain: NRS: 0.
08:30pm Removed the surgical tape, cleaned the basal cell carcinoma and reapplied the Curaderm.  More painful than the first application, NRS: 5 Comparable to being stung by a bee
9:15pm No pain: NRS: 0.
 
17th March (phtoto 1)
10:15am Removed the surgical tape, cleaned the basal cell carcinoma and reapplied the Curaderm.  More painful than the last application, NRS: 6 Comparable to being stung by 2 bees, but no other side effects.
11:30am No pain: NRS: 0.
7:30pm Removed tape cleaned the basal cell carcinoma and reapplied the Curaderm. NRS: 5
8:30pm No pain: NRS: 0.

To keep the journal entries consice, from now on when I say "treated the basal cell carcinoma" it means: removed the tape, washed with soap and water, afterwards cleaned the basal cell carcinoma with the antiseptic wash, applied the Curaderm and covered with the surgical tape again.
 
18th March (phtoto 2)
9:45am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. Cleaning with the antisepitc liquid was as painful as applying the Curaderm. Most painful application of Curaderm  so far NRS: 6.5
10:45am NRS: 1.  Some swelling from my right eyebrow up towards to the basal cell carcinoma.  No other side effects.
11:30am No pain: NRS: 0.
7:15pm Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5 The swelling has increased but is not at all painful.

19th March (phtoto 3)
10:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5 Swelling around my right eye is quite pronounced.
10:50 NRS: 0.
7:00pm Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5 Swelling might be slightly bigger. Some throbbing in the basal cell carcinoma. No other side effects.
7:45pm NRS: 0.

20th March (phtoto 4)
10:45 Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.0 Maybe just slightly less pain. Swelling much more pronounced but not painful.
11:35am NRS: 0.
7:15pm Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5 quite Painful again. Swelling around my eye much reduced.
8:pm NRS: 0.

21st March (phtoto 5)
9:15am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5 Swelling around my eye reduced, but my right cheek is slightly swollen
10:15am NRS: 0.
7:30pm Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5 The stinging sensation seems to be moving towards my right temple, I think the basal cell carcinoma might be there but not visible.
8:15pm NRS: 0.
 
22nd March (phtoto 6)
7:30am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5 Swelling around my eye much better, but I felt it increasing 30 mins after applying the Curaderm, but not badly.
8:30am 10:15am NRS: 0.
8:00pm Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5
8:45pm NRS: 0
 
23rd March (phtoto 7)
8:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5 Swelling around my eye still there but reduced, swelling went down after getting out of bed.
8:40am NRS: 0
9:15pm Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5 Not much swelling around right eye but slight swelling around left eye.
10:00pm NRS: 0

24th March (phtoto 8)
9:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5 swelling around right gone, but swelling around left eye still pronounced.
9:45am NRS: 0
8:30pm Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5
9:15pm NRS: 0

25th March (phtoto 9)
9:30am NRS: 6.5 The swelling seems to be almost gone.
10:15 NRS: 0
9:00pm NRS: 6.5 I think I just have very slight swelling around my left eye.
9:45pm 10:15 NRS: 0
 
26th March (phtoto 10)
10:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5 very slight swelling around my left eye.
10:30am NRS: 0 I think the ammount of time I feel pain is reducing.
9:30pm Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5
10:00pm NRS: 0 The duration of the pain is getting less, although the initial application still stings.
 
27th March (phtoto 11)
10:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5 All the swelling has gone.
10:30am 10:00pm NRS: 0 The length of time I feel pain is definately reduced.
9:30pm Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5
10:00pm NRS: 0 The duration of the pain is getting less probably a bit less than half an hour.
 

28th March (phtoto 12)
9:30am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5. Red treated area getting much less.
10:00am NRS: 0 The length of time I feel pain is definately reduced.
9:30pm Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.0 I think the intensity of pain is reducing as well as the period oftime.
10:00pm NRS: 0
 
29th March (phtoto 13)
6:30am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.0  The whole treatment area is definitely smaller, the pain is less intense and the duration of pain is less.
6:50am NRS: 0
6:30pm Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.0
6:50pm NRS: 0
 
30th March (phtoto 14)
9:45am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5
10:10am NRS: 0 The period of time I feel pain is getting less, I'm not so sure today about the intensity, it might have been my imagination yesterday.
7:30 9:45am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.5
7:55 NRS: 0
 
31st March (phtoto 15)
10:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 6.0  Intensity of pain felt less.  Treatment area is getting much smaller and less painful.
10:20am NRS: 0

1st April (phtoto 16)
10:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.5 Intensity of pain felt less, and only lasts 15 minutes or so.
10:15am NRS: 0
7:30pm Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.5
7:45 NRS: 0

2nd April (phtoto 17)
9:30am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.5
9:45am NRS: 0
8:30pm  Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.5
8:45pm NRS: 0

3rd April (phtoto 18)
9:15am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.5
9:30am NRS: 0
8:30pm  Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.5
8:45pm NRS: 0
 
4th April (phtoto 19)
9:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0  Intensity of pain felt less, and only lasts 10 minutes or so.
9:10am NRS: 0
8:30pm  Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0
8:40pm NRS: 0
 
5th April (phtoto 20)
9:30am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0 I think the length of time it hurts is getting even less, maybe only a few minutes.
9:40am NRS: 0
8:30pm  Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0
8:43pm NRS: 0

6th April (phtoto 21)
11:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0
11:05am NRS: 0
8:30pm  Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0
8:35pm NRS: 0

7th April (phtoto 22)
10:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0 The white dead skin is falling away now and being replaced by healthy skin.
10:05am NRS: 0
8:30pm  Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0
8:35pm NRS: 0

8th April (phtoto 23)
9:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0 It really does seem that the Curaderm has destroyed only the cancerous cells. Pink healthy skin is appearing.
9:05am NRS: 0
8:30pm  Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0
8:35pm NRS: 0

9th April (phtoto 24)
10:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0 The white spongy skin around the 'hole' is beginning to come off more after washing.
10:05am NRS: 0
8:30pm  Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0
8:35pm NRS: 0

10th April (phtoto 25)
9:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0 I think most of the white skin has come off now, leaving the area looking much better.
9:05am NRS: 0
9:30pm  Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0
9:35pm NRS: 0
 
11th April (phtoto 26)
11:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0 The treatment area is much smaller now, so I am back to using the 25mm instead of the 50mm surgical tape.
11:05am NRS: 0
10:30pm  Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0
10:35pm NRS: 0
 
12th April (phtoto 27)
10:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0 The skin surrounding the two 'holes' seems to be recovering very well although the 'holes' seem to be taking longer to 'fill in'
10:05am NRS: 0

13th April (phtoto 28)
7:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0 The skin surrounding the two 'holes'is a bit sore today, I think it's because the surgical tape is over it and when I take the tape off it damages the new skin.
7:05am NRS: 0
14th April
11:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0
11:05am NRS: 0
10:30pm  Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0
10:35pm NRS: 0
 
15th April
11:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0
11:05am NRS: 0
10:30pm  Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0
10:35pm NRS: 0
 
16th April
11:00am Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 5.0
11:05am
10:30pm  Treated the basal cell carcinoma. NRS: 4.0 I'm pretty sure the pain is getting a bit less.
10:35pm NRS: 0
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If you want to ask me any questions about my treatment, send an email to: info@basalcellcarcinoma.info and I will be happy to pass on my experiences (not advice)

Disclaimer: I am not a qualified medical practitioner, nor do I claim to have any formal medical education.  If you decide to use Curaderm BEC5, you should consult your health care provider about your decision, before trying it and seek their advice. 
I have tried to be as objective and accurate as I can be in the account of my experiences using Curaderm BEC5 as a Basal Cell Carcinoma treatment, but the above is just that, my experiences and not a substitute of professional medical advice.
 
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