Saturday, 14 June, 2008 1:24 AM
In Time For
Summer: Skin Cancer Breakthrough?
courtesy of www.doh.state.fl.us
CA – September is National Skin Cancer Awareness
Month. One in five Americans will develop some form of skin cancer
during their life time. Among men over 50 skin cancer now ranks
number one ahead of prostate, lung and colon cancer. During the
last 30 years the percentage of women under 40 with basal cell carcinoma
cancer has tripled.
The two most common types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinomas
and squamous cell carcinomas. In 2008 more than 1 million basal
cell carcinomas and 250,000 squamous cell carcinomas will be diagnosed.
While these two skin cancer forms have a 95 percent cure rate if
detected and treated early, treatment is typically disfiguring.
“We needed to come up with a treatment that worked as well
as surgery, but wouldn’t mutilate the patient,” says
Dr. Bill E. Cham, PhD and author of, “The Eggplant Cancer
The skin cancer treatment that is becoming the topic of discussion
in health food stores, doctors offices and at the dinner table is
Curaderm BEC5 Cream. The cream is topically rubbed on and slightly
around the sore. Dr. Cham claims a more than 95 percent success
rate in treating and often removing the basal cell carcinomas and
squamous cell carcinomas without damage to the surrounding tissue.
Most often scientific breakthroughs are well funded research projects
where dozens of scientists are being funded to test their theories
continuously. Eventually human trials begin, once again paid for
by either a federal grant or a major medical conglomerate that plans
to recoup their costs by raising the price tag of the treatment.
Dr. David G. Williams, a practicing M.D. and editor of Alternatives
says “People like Dr. Cham are an endangered species in this
day and age. On his own time, using his own money, he has developed
a product that could benefit millions of people around the world.”
Treatments developed by single physicians or scientists working
on their own time and money are not unprecedented. The Journal of
the American Medical Association (JAMA) reports up to 7 percent
of research is un-sponsored.
Noted doctor Jonathan V. Wright, the director of the Tahoma Clinic
in Renton, Washington, explains a near-perfect treatment is one
that works nearly every time, has no adverse side effects and is
inexpensive compared with other treatments. “Dr. Cham has
discovered and then thoroughly researched and developed a near-perfect
treatment for two common skin cancers.”
About Dr. Bill E. Cham
A member of many Scientific Societies, Dr Bill Cham is frequently
invited to speak at Conferences on his research topics. His research
interests cover a wide range of disciplines resulting in publications
of over a hundred articles on topics ranging from pharmacology,
iron metabolism, mineral research, lipidology and oncology. His
research in lipidology starting from test tube observations, have
led to clinical trials in the USA for the treatment of atherosclerosis
and HIV – AIDS. His work in oncology has produced Curaderm
BEC5 for the treatment of skin cancers. Human clinical trials in
Australia are currently underway to establish whether BEC can also
treat terminal internal cancers effectively. Dr Cham’s research
is acknowledged worldwide and many scientists are focused on extending
his original discovery and research observations. www.eggplantcancercure.com.
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