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Basal Cell Cancer (or carcinoma) is the most common form of malignant cancer in the U.S., and accounts for about 75% of skin cancers. This site promotes alternative medicine to replace the cut, poison, and burn of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. Many have benefited from herbal therapies including essiac, ellagic acid, and graviola, and electromedicine offers Rife, Beck, and Lakhovsky therapies. Cancer is caused by an overly acid diet that turns symbiotic organisms into parasites, and is prevented by maintaining an alkaline diet; it really is as simple as that.

 



Basal Cell Cancer eats the surrounding tissue giving it the appearance of being gnawed, thus it is also known as the rodent ulcer.  It affects small areas, grows slowly, usually stays in a local area, and rarely spreads to other areas of the body, but it can grow to 1 or 2 cm in diameter after several years of growth, and may invade nearby nerves, bone, and brain.  Symptoms include a skin lesion, lump, or bump, which may have a pearly or waxy appearance, may be white or light pink, may be flesh colored or brown, and may be flat or slightly raised.  There may be a scarlike lesion, and blood vessels may be visible on the lesion or surrounding skin.  There may be a sore that will not heal.  Basal cell carcinoma usually occurs in people over the age of 40.

Modern medicine does not offer cancer prevention or the means to prevent it, but Alternative Medicine does. Once you know the cause of cancer, you can prevent it by monitoring urine pH and regulating your diet. Be sure to click the following:

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