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pipnjohn
Monday, July 30, 2012, 11:00am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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So now I am  developing itchy red spots about 1/2" round on my upper legs, well I had one surgically removed and now two months later I have got another one!

I have made arrangements to get this one removed surgically too but what concerns me is "why" am I getting them?

If current indications continue I can only foresee pending death by a thousand cuts!

The blood group diet doesn't have a lot of information on skin problems that I can find, which surprises me considering the skin is probably the bodies largest organ!

Any suggestions or comments? Cheers, John.


 
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What did your dermatologist say the red spot was, when it was cut out?
Did he mention it was skin cancer, or did he say it was something else?



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What did your dermatologist say the red spot was, when it was cut out?
Did he mention it was skin cancer, or did he say it was something else?


He said it was a form of malignant skin cancer but not Melanoma!

He said that he had removed it all and I haven't actually had this new one checked out by him yet, am waiting for an appointment but it looks and behaves exactly as the other one did!


 
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He said it was a form of malignant skin cancer but not Melanoma!

He said that he had removed it all and I haven't actually had this new one checked out by him yet, am waiting for an appointment but it looks and behaves exactly as the other one did!


In that case I can imagine you're worried; I'm sorry to read that it was cancer the first time.

I'm a little confused as to why you've had no follow-up with the first red spot. My husband has had skin cancer (not a melanoma) four years ago, and in his case he was operated again to take away extra skin around the spot to make sure they got it all, he had to have his lymph nodes checked out with an echography and is still being checked every 6 months by his dermatologist.

So I would certainly ask your dermatologist for more info on the type of cancer and why there was no follow-up.






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John do you have a SWAMI? You can tweak it for cancer and see how your diet changes.

Not sure I would call skin cancer a "skin problem". Something else is going on.

Dr. D has a cancer book how does that change your diet? Which ever you are using they can be adapted for your individual situation.


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John, would go for *salvestroles *read about them here http://www.orthokennis.nl  and then press onto the english sign... all infos are here- and or look for paw-paw or graviola as supplements- both are potent anticancerous phytos! Especially for O's  

And then pleasde follow the protocols- or look into the little anticancer booklet- beautiful aids are to be found here  wish you all the best.....

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Hey John - it's always great to see you.  

Do you have Dr. D's cancer book?  There are great suggestions at the end of each blood type chapter on supplement protocols which would be a very good asset to you.  I also recommend you get your personalized SWAMI done.  And you could then add the supplement ideas from the Cancer book, or for a brief list, look to the protocols on this site:

http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/9.html



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Quoted from Amazone I.
John, would go for *salvestroles *read about them here http://www.orthokennis.nl  and then press onto the english sign... all infos are here- and or look for paw-paw or graviola as supplements- both are potent anticancerous phytos! Especially for O's  

And then pleasde follow the protocols- or look into the little anticancer booklet- beautiful aids are to be found here  wish you all the best.....

from Isa


Isa  the link has the "and" connected to the address.  How about putting the address on it's own line.  


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consider adding trehalose

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if it's not malignant melanoma, it's not usually such a worry, 95 % of skin cancers (approx) are not that bad. ask the doctor to be more specific and get him to explain and even write down what exactly the problem is.

next the spots will be for a reason so figure out what that is whether its not being compliant enough or an environmental issue.

either way cut down on sugar, wheat, and non raw diary


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http://www.orthokennis.org ..... hope it works now  might be my pc-system of vista is çrappy...


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