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Squamous Cell Cancer is a malignant tumor of the middle layer of the skin. This site is concerned with natural and gentle Alternative Medicine cures, which may be a better first step than the cut, poison, and burn approach of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. If you think you have cancer, many have benefited from herbal therapies including essiac, ellagic acid, and graviola, and electromedicine offers Rife, Beck, and Lakhovsky technologies. Cancer is caused by a diet that is too acidic; this will turn symbiotic organisms into parasites. The danger is avoided by maintaining an alkaline diet; it is as simple as that.


Skin cancer is classified by the layer of the skin involved. The outer layer of skin, the epidermis, is composed of Basal cells in the lowest layer, Squamous cells in the middle layer, and Melanocytes (pigment producing cells). Sometimes cancer is divided into melanoma and non-melanoma cancer. Non-melanoma cancer includes Basal cell and Squamous cell cancer.

Skin cancer is an uncontrolled growth of the cells of the skin. It is the most common form of cancer in the United States with more than 90% occurring on skin that has been exposed to sunlight or other ultraviolet radiation. It is more common in people with light skin, hair, and eyes. Skin growths such as corns, warts, or moles, are not cancer and are seldom a serious problem.

Medical doctors cannot explain what causes cancer, and what they call prevention is in reality early detection.  It would be wise to learn what causes cancer, and then take the steps to avoid it. This information is available from Alternative Medicine in the links below, as well as symptoms of skin cancer, and the difference between squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma, and melanoma.

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Skin Cancer Symptoms

Choose Your Cancer Cure

Prevention and Cause of Cancer


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