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Could BEC or Aubergine Extract be a New Skin Cancer Therapy?

As the incidence of skin cancer continues to rise, more people are diagnosed with skin cancer every year than with all other cancer types combined. Statistics show that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70. And the annual cost of treating skin cancer is nearly $8.1 billion! [Skincancer.org]. So, is there a natural therapy option for skin cancer that could eradicate this potentially deadly disease?

According to some research findings, BEC or Aubergine Extract may be able to eradicate most non-melanocytic skin cancer types within a few weeks.

Here’s the Research:

A cream formulation containing high concentrations (10%) of a standard mixture of Solasodine glycosides (BEC) has been found to be effective in treating malignant and benign human skin tumors. We now report on a preparation (Curaderm) containing very low BEC concentrations (0.005%) that is effective in treating keratoses, basal cell carcinomas (BCCs), and squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs) of the skin in humans. In an open study, clinical and histological observations indicated that all lesions treated with Curaderm (56 keratoses, 39 BCCs, and 29 SCCs) had regressed. A placebo formulation had no effect on a smaller number of treated lesions. Curaderm had no deleterious effect on the liver, kidneys, or the hematopoietic system.

One researcher at the forefront of natural skin cancer healing is Dr. Bill E. Cham, who documented the following:

„A cream formulation containing high concentrations (10%) of a standard mixture of Solasodine glycosides (BEC) has been found to be effective in treating malignant and benign human skin tumors.“

We now report that a preparation containing very low concentrations of BEC (0.005%) is effective in treating keratoses, basal cell carcinomas (BCCs), and squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs) of the skin in humans.“

In an open study, clinical and histological observations indicated that all lesions (56 keratoses, 39 BCCs, and 29 SCCs) treated with [the preparation] had regressed.“

Subsequent studies conducted by various researchers revealed, „A 0.005% mixture of Solasodine glycosides (BEC5) is a therapy ’safe for basal cell carcinomas, with a healing rate of 66% at 8 weeks and 78% at one year.'“

If you want to purchase this BEC cream, check out Curaderm. Here are some of the key reasons to consider this natural therapy:

  • It is a non-invasive, non-toxic skin cancer cream
  • Backed by medical research
  • Natural and safe
  • Physical and cosmetic results are very positive
  • Affordable and easy to use
  • Targets only cancer cells

Still not convinced? Here are some other therapeutic options you might want to try:

  1. Vitamin D– Research shows that low vitamin D levels increase the risk of skin cancer. If you live in northern climates where sun exposure is limited, it would be advisable to supplement with vitamin D daily. Read more in my post titled: Vitamin D Deficiency and 38 Health Issues.
  2. Iodine Tincture– In his book Folk Medicine, Dr. DC Jarvis writes about iodine and its healing effect on skin cancer. Perhaps you are just lacking iodine? To learn more about iodine deficiency, read my post here.

Need a Test for Iodine?

According to the „Facts About Cancer“ website, you have the following options:

  • A random Urine Test A physician’s prescription is a good starting point.
  • The Iodine Patch Test involves painting a two-inch square of iodine tincture or Lugol’s iodine on the body and observing how long it takes for the orange square to fade. However, this test is not considered overly reliable or conclusive, but it can help gain a general idea of whether someone may have an iodine deficiency.
  • The gold standard is the 24-hour iodine loading test which can be done at a doctor’s office or through online testing at Hakala Labs and others.

There are natural ways to treat skin cancer. Do your own research, read the reviews, and I bet you’ll be encouraged too. Good luck!

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