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What EVERY South African needs to know about skin cancer...

by , 15 January 2019
What EVERY South African needs to know about skin cancer...
How do you know the difference between a suspicious spot on your skin that could be the early signs of skin cancer, and those little beauty marks you've had your whole life?

The way that doctors have been trained to spot it is to remember a simple ABCD acronym: Asymmetry, border irregularity, colour variation and diameter greater than 6mm.

Now, researchers are proposing that an E should be added to the equation. Find out why below...

Why adding an E to your skin cancer check could save your life...
Researchers are proposing that an E should be added to the equation – for “evolving.” After looking at dozens of past studies that included 30 subjects or more, authors of a new report found that 88% of patients noted an evolution of their melanoma before it was removed.

Enlargement was reported most often, but changes in shape, symptoms (itching, tenderness), surface (especially bleeding), and shades of colour were also noted. That’s why they’ve chosen the word evolving, rather than enlargement as the basis for the ‘E.’

BREAKTHROUGH: This natural nutrient is proving to kill cancer stem cells!

We’ve been led to believe that if we slather on sunscreen, we’re safe from skin cancer. But this connection doesn’t quite add up, considering that our use of sunscreen has skyrocketed in recent years and the incidence of skin cancer hasn't abated.

In fact, some experts believe that sunscreen might actually be contributing to increasing skin cancer rates by offering a false sense of security and keeping people from looking toward better protection. 

Keep reading to find out how you can get protection from skin cancer from your diet.

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The MOST dangerous type of cancer cell MUST be disarmed if there’s any hope of beating cancer…

Scientists have discoverd that cancer cells have a certain hierarchy.

…Similar to a bee colony. There’s the worker bees, and the queen bee, whose sole responsibility is to ensure the survival of the colony by laying eggs. 

So it is with cancer...

There’s the hundreds of thousands of normal cancer cells, and then nestled deep inside a tumour, is at least one cancer stem cell… 

Like the queen bee, these cancer stem cells’ sole responsibility is to ensure the survival of their colony by mutating and evolving. 

Until now, chemotherapy and radiation have been unsuccessful in disarming these dominant cancer cells… 

But now there’s new hope for cancer sufferers.

Find out here how a Natural compound has been shown to destroy cancer stem cells…  

These foods help protect against skin cancer...

A study showed a 40% risk reduction in those participants who ate the most fish. It also showed that alcohol consumption might  increase risk, as well as high consumption of polyunsaturated fats. The study also concluded that antioxidants such as beta-carotene and vitamin E, as well as zinc and iron warranted further investigation as possible skin cancer protectors.

To get the benefits of these nutrients, eat your veggies, beans and lentils, fish, nuts, eggs, seeds and wholegrains.

So keep an eye on any skin spots – and apply the ABCD and E test to them. Don’t hesitate for a minute to get a suspicious spot checked out by your dermatologist since early detection makes such a big difference in treatment and outcome.

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