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Skin Cancer

Aloe Vera is an anti-tumor herb that's also great for your skin and cardiovascular system


Aloe Vera has a history that spans over 6000 years. The Egyptian civilization was the first to note its extraordinary health benefits and called it the plant of immortality. It was used for various health issues ranging from insomnia, baldness, bad digestion and even cancer. It is now regularly grown in tropical locations such South Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. Additional healing properties were discovered through time and starting with 18th Century, Aloe Vera was often employed for other conditions like skin irritations, burns and wounds.

How to effectively treat skin cancer


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.
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How to effectively treat skin cancer


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.
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Trials on experimental skin cancer drug suspended after main researcher exposed for potential scientific fraud


The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is back in the news after one of its own research scientists was pinned recently for potentially publishing fraudulent research data on a new skin cancer drug he developed. As reported by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC News), clinical trials for DZ13, an experimental skin cancer drug created by UNSW Professor Levon Khachigian, have been put on hold pending an investigation into a series of published studies that allegedly contain doctored or misleading diagrams.
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Easy, natural ways to reduce skin cancer risk Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/036529_skin_cancer_nutrients_dermatolog

"All skin cancer is the result of damage to skin cells," says Lise Alschuler, ND, author of Five to Thrive: Your Cutting-Edge Cancer Prevention Plan.