Get rid of basal cell carcinoma using our homeopathic treatment now

Basal cell carcinoma is a type of cancer that grows on parts of the skin that get exposed to the sun a lot. It is one of the least risky types of cancer and can be cured once it is detected early. It is unlikely to spread from your skin to other parts of the body, but it can move into nearby bones of tissues under the skin.

The tumours start off usually as small shiny bumps mostly on the nose or other parts of the face. |The tumours usually grow slowly and don’t come up for many years, even after intense or long-term exposure to the sun. Too much exposure to the sun or tanning beds can cause you this cancer. Doctors have come up with basal cell carcinoma treatment that is effective.

Symptoms

Basal cell carcinoma can be noticed as a small skin growth in some dome shape that has blood vessels in it. Initially, it can develop like a small ‘pearly’ bump which looks like a flesh-coloured mole or a pimple that doesn’t go away. This growth may sometimes look dark as well. Or you may even see shiny pink or red patches that are slightly scaly.

Another noticeable symptom is a waxy, hard skin growth. The growth will be fragile and can bleed easily too.

Causes

Experts have told causes of basal cell carcinoma as being the harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun. Also, tanning beds are one of the reasons for basal cell carcinoma. When the harsh Ultraviolet rays hit your skin, over the time, they can severely damage the DNA in your skin cells. The DNA contains the code for the way these cells grow. So with the passage of time, damage to the DNA can cause cancer to form. The process may in fact take many years.

Prevention

Most of the skin cancers including Basal Cell Carcinoma are almost always curable when they are detected and treated early, therefore it is better to prevent them in the first place. You can take up some sun safety habits as part of your daily healthcare routine:

  • Try avoiding the sun or seek the shade between 10 AM to 4 PM.
  • Avoid using UV tanning beds
  • Always when going out cover up with clothing and a UV-blocking sunglasses
  • Always use a broad spectrum (UVA) sunscreen which has SPF of 15 or higher every day.
  • Keep examining your skin every month in detail.
  • Visit a doctor every year for a professional skin examination.

Treatment

There is few basal cell carcinoma treatment available with the aim of getting rid of cancer leaving behind a small scar, however, small as possible. The doctor will consider overall health and various other things before starting with treatment.

Few Basal cell carcinoma treatment options you have are:

  • Cutting the tumour out (Excision) – The tumour will be numbed along with the skin around it. Then the tumour is scrapped with some device. The tumour along with a small portion of the nearby area of normal looking skin is sent to a lab.The lab report will decide the amount of skin to be removed
  • Freezing the cancer cells, also known as ‘cryosurgery’, In this, the doctor kills the cancer cells by freezing them with liquid nitrogen.
  • Radiation therapy: in this method, x-rays are used to kill the cancer cells. It is done over several weeks.

 

Besides these, we have a team of specialists at HP dermatology centre who provide you with homeopathic medications and effective treatments which have been proven to have no side effects on your body and treats cancer too. The basal cell carcinoma treatment prescribed by us will not leave any scar which is a result of cutting or shaving off a layer of the epidermis tissue. In few cases, a mark might be left on the skin, but even that will have a natural texture and should disappear naturally with time. Our methods include:

  • Applying Dr. Zamir formula on the Basal cell carcinoma causing incrustation.
  • Between one to two weeks, a new layer of the skin starts developing and naturally the Basal Cell Carcinoma incrustation starts to peel off. In some cases, repeated basal cell carcinoma treatment might be needed for 100% result.

Contact HPDC

Get in touch with us for a natural homeopathic basal cell carcinoma treatment which can help you cure this cancer. At the same time, we ensure that your body is not subjected to any harmful chemicals or drugs.

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