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How to effectively treat skin cancer

(NaturalHealth365) Staggering, but true, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer – in the United States – costing over $3 billion for the 3 million plus people diagnosed – every year. In fact, scientific papers reveal that, in the past three decades, more people have gotten skin cancer than any other form of cancer combined. With one in five Americans destined to experience skin cancer – we have some important questions to answer.

Does the sun cause skin cancer? The short answer is yes – but not the way the sunscreen industry would have you believe. On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour, Jonathan Landsman interviews Nicholas Gonzalez, M.D. about the real risks for developing skin cancer and how to effectively treat this disease.

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Conventional cancer ‘experts’ promote a sliver of the truth about skin cancer

According to the National Cancer Institute, “the main risk factor for skin cancer is exposure to sunlight (UV radiation), but there are also other risk factors.” The problem with this (initial) statement – which can be found on their website – is that people are led to believe that merely being in the sun causes cancer. In truth, if you look at the work of William Grant, Ph.D. plus many others, sunlight actually helps the body to produce vitamin D – which, at optimal levels, greatly reduce the risk for all types of cancer.

Dr. Grant says, “the health benefits of ultraviolet-B (UVB) irradiance and vitamin D are coming into sharper focus as more research results are published. There are now about 100 conditions and diseases linked to low serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentrations.” Now, don’t get me wrong, overexposure to the sun or sunburn can cause cancer but with a healthy dose of antioxidants – in a healthy diet and supplement program – you protect yourself from potential harm.

Learn more about the cause of skin cancer; its most aggressive forms and how to treat it safely and effectively on the next NaturalNews Talk Hour with Jonathan Landsman and Nicholas Gonzalez, M.D.

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