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Melanoma is a serious form of skin cancer, but it is no longer something to fear because there are Alternative Medicine remedies; herbal therapies to consider include essiac, ellagic acid, and graviola. There are electromedicine therapies  from Rife, Beck, and Lakhovsky. Cancer of whatever type is caused from a diet that is too acidic; this will turn symbiotic organisms into parasites. The danger is avoided by maintaining an alkaline diet; it really is as simple as that.


Melanoma accounts for only 4% of all skin cancer cases, but it is responsible for most of the skin cancer deaths.  Melanoma involves the melanocytes, those cells responsible for making pigment of the skin, called melanin.  It affects all age groups, though incidence does increase with age.

Melanoma can start in the skin, in which case it is called cutaneous melanoma. If it occurs in the eye, it is called ocular melanoma, or intraocular melanoma. It can occur in other areas where melanocytes are found, including the digestive tract, the meninges (system of membranes that contain the brain), or lymph nodes.  If the melanoma cells spread (metastasis) to other parts of the body, those cells are still melanoma cells, and the cancer is called metastatic melanoma.

Medical doctors cannot explain what causes cancer, and what they call prevention is in reality just early detection.  It would be prudent to learn what causes cancer, and then take the steps to avoid it.  If you have cancer, a natural approach that doesn't involve the cut and burn of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation is the preferred first step because is does no harm and many have been cured.

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Herbal Cancer Cures

Electromedicine Cancer Cures


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