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 dmso+efudex and cymilium
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joart

USA
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Posted - 01/27/2008 :  17:53:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have used both of these treatments on a BCC on my nose and it looks like it is healed but how can I tell without having another biopsy. The shiny swelling has shrunk quite a bit but there remains what was originally a mole or swelling before it was a BCC. My face has been overdosed with xray treatment when I was a kid for eczema and it seems anywhere a doc byops me on my face it is positive. I have over 50 MOHs done I my face and I am eager to find a better way to control these never ending BCC. Your comments are welcome.

anivoc

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Posted - 01/27/2008 :  21:47:50  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Have to admit though I've not been through the hockey sticks like you,
I'm certain like you, just about anywhere on my face if they biopsy it it will come back at least AK or BCC. I have ran the gamut of alternatives discussed on this Forum and the only sure fire is bloodroot which I used before I ever came here. All the rest do seem to slow down or reverse but I have had very little success (1) at totally eradicating any lesions.

I have had some limited success with sunspot es but I can't say why it worked on one spot and not on the others.

We had one person here who talked about having skin cancer removed by laser and spoke highly of the experience.

I am looking into V-beam therapy ( a patented laser technology) and hoping to find a derm here in California that will zap my whole face and see how this works. The Sunspot and Cymilum both do help but it hasn't done the job completely.
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joart

USA
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Posted - 01/28/2008 :  09:28:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks for the reply. Where do you get bloodroot? I would try it.
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