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by Janice_T_3 on Wed Dec 25, 2002 12:00 AM
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by Tiger11 on Wed Mar 15, 2006 12:00 AM
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by Chipper on Mon Mar 19, 2007 12:00 AM
On 3/15/2006 Tiger11 wrote:Dear Susan. B The black slave for skin cancer is a topical ointment that, when applied to cancerous lesions of the dermis and epidermis, necroses the aberrant tissue (i.e. kills the cancer cells), creates an "eschar" (what would appear to the layman as a pus formation) -- after which the body itself expels the "scab," leaving a pit ("decavitated area"). Over a period of several weeks this "decavitated area" heals over, usually leaving a slightly depigmented area where the lesion was removed. This depigmented area will, in the majority of cases, heal over within a period of several months or years, such that it is often difficult to tell that a cancer was removed from the site. Black Canesma Slave is used for; Skin Cancers, and Malignant Growths Prevent Tumorous Cells from Multiplying Prostate and Colon Cancers Breast Cancers As a Cancer Preventative Skin problems, such as Tumors, Viral Moles, and Warts Boost the Immune System Viral Disorders and Internal Growths Detoxify blood & body by inducing oxygen into the system The difference between "Black Canesma Slave" and Curaderm-BEC5 is that though they are both tropical preparations applied to cancerous lesions. Curaderm is for: Non-Melanoma Skin Cancers ONLY such as Keratosis (sunspots), Basal Cell Carcioma (BCC) and Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) When Curaderm-BEC5 is applied to the lesion. One of the cream properties lifts the skin tissue (causing minimal stinging pain or sensation) to allow the active ingredient (BEC5) which penetrates into your skin and causes the lesion to swell and may bleed or pus can be observed. While the active ingredient is at work destroying all cancerous cells found in its path, the cream Curaderm-BEC5 does not touch or harm any of the healthy cells and tissues. Unlike the "Black Canesma Slave" which kills and burns ALL normal, healthy along with the cancerous cells. My opinion of "Black Canesma Slave" is the user makes the decision as to whether or not to use the Cansema type black salve system. Because the Curaderm-BEC5 has the unique ability to discriminate between healthy and cancerous tissue, (as described above). Curaderm-BEC5 is recognised as the treatment of choice for non-melanoma skin cancer among an increasing number of leading doctors, who value the cream's value of 25 years research and most recently the clinical evaluation by Ten United Kingdom Hospitals and Skin Cancer Clinics who concluded "BEC 5 (Curaderm) is a topical preparation, which is safe and effective, ideal therapy for outpatient treatment...... It is a cost of effective treatment for both primary and secondary skin cancer care". The current ingredients in the Cansema type black salve are: zinc chloride (Cl2Zn), NDGA (nordihydrogauaretic acid, from Larrea mexicata), bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis); galangal root (Alpinia officinarium) or ginger root (Zingiber officinale); graviola leaf (Annona muricata), bitter melon seed (Momordica charantia), and glycerine (used as a humectant, to keep the product moist). You may read more on go to --- Message edited by CancerCompass staff: for personal protection, email address removed. Please review CancerCompass Member Guidelines at http://www.cancercompass.com/common/guidelines.html ---- Regards, Tiger11
Hello Tiger11, Where can I purchase Curaderm BEC5? Thank you. Chipper
by Fullyhealed on Fri Apr 27, 2007 12:00 AM
I have used the black salve on two skin cancers and several other small growths with great success. I also used a wonder aftercare salve from url removed . They have been in business for a number of years and have plenty of information regard the product usage posted on their website. I can recomend them as being the best !
by AuntFrancis on Mon May 19, 2008 12:00 AM
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