Sunshine vs skin cancer

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Sunshine vs skin cancer

Postby MoNatureMan » Wed Apr 07, 2021 10:09 am

As some as you already know, I have a history of skin cancer caused by excessive sun in the past, but my family almost all died of other much more evil cancer (internal).
But I love the sun and I need the vitamin-d from the sun to help keep the more evil cancer away. So I try to get limited full sun but not enough to trigger more skin cancer.
Sadly I still get the skin type showing up, but am generally able to deal with it myself. I freeze some and one of the dermatologists gave me some new chemo cream that really works. I have tried multiple creams and ointments, with no real help until this chemo cream. I have been able to go almost 2 years now without being cut on to remove new skin cancer. That is a record for me
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Re: Sunshine vs skin cancer

Postby jimmy » Wed Apr 07, 2021 4:55 pm

Can you name this cream

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Re: Sunshine vs skin cancer

Postby Englishman » Thu Apr 08, 2021 6:19 am

This is something we all need to be careful about; being naked out & about in the sun while striking the balance between enjoyment & avoiding skin cancer. An ex-colleague of mine, a long time naturist, has just had to have a malignant melanoma removed from her foot. She spotted a freckle that grew & got it checked out with less than pleasant results. As the desk sergeant on Hill St. Blues used to say, 'Let's be careful out there.'
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Re: Sunshine vs skin cancer

Postby MoNatureMan » Thu Apr 08, 2021 9:51 pm

jimmy wrote:Can you name this cream

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Sure. Hope this works putting the image out there:
From my experience.
Doc told me twice day. I use for 1, 2, or 3 weeks, depending... I found that at end of treatment period it may still look bad, but heals up nicely. At least for me.
If turns read or scabs in about 2 days, has found cancer and is working.
If not, no cancer there, so they say.
Note I have found that it may leach out a bit and find cancer very near where you are treating. In that case, I just increase the treatment area.
I have tried other Chemo creams, but they affected my eyes, so quit real quick. No problem with this one.
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