Cutting uterus into smaller fragments for minimally invasive removal can disperse undetected malignancy
by Sunwatt on Tue Oct 10, 2006 12:00 AM
by Peaceful on Tue Oct 17, 2006 12:00 AM
by Sunwatt on Tue Oct 17, 2006 12:00 AM
by betty46 on Fri Feb 20, 2009 12:00 AM
Can you contact me about the salve referred to in your message?
On 10/17/2006 Sunwatt wrote:I have heard the Candema or bloodroot salve is very potent and can leave bad scars on the skin. How is your skin now where you had put the candema? I have a melanoma tumor on my right leg that poultices haven't yet caused the tumor to come out or ooze out or go away. Its cansema salve I used. Anyway, its not available anymore due to the FDA. There is a scar where the cancer used to be, but not at all bad. The tumor dries up, pulls to its center, then falls off. There will be a small "crater" where the tumor was, or pink healthy skin. This fills in in a couple months, depending on the size of the tumor. I have a friend who gets skin cancer all the time on his face. He does the surgery route, and his skin on his face is tight as a drum. No matter what route you take, there will be an aftermath of cancer. I also have a melanoma tumor on my left leg, but it's not a close to the surface yet. If it is pretty close to the surface bloodroot salve will draw it up, and it will look like a boil, with the puss being the dead cancer. If you contact me off the list I will try and help you find some blood root salve that works. --- Message edited by CancerCompass staff: for personal protection, email address removed. Please review CancerCompass Member Guidelines at http://www.cancercompass.com/common/guidelines.html ---- I spaced out my email so bots cant send me spam. There is one place in the USA where you can buy fake bloodroot salve, the FDA is not going to bother them. They only go after the kind that actually works. Take your own message from that.
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