Can Eggplant Cure Skin Cancer?
There is new hope for skin cancer treatment, says internationally known scientist in his book The Eggplant Cancer Cure.
70,000 Australians can’t be wrong! Yet that is the number of patients over many years of studies Dr. Bill E. Cham. Ph.D. claims have been cured of skin cancer using the breakthrough treatment documented in his book, “The Eggplant Cancer Cure” (www.eggplantcancercure.com). In the area of medicine, near-perfection is a goal most researchers seek. “Near-perfect” is how Jonathan V. Wright, M.D. (medical director of the Tahoma Clinic in the Seattle, WA area), describes Dr. Cham’s breakthrough discovery. What is “near-perfection”? It’s a treatment that: works nearly every time; is incredibly simple to use; has no adverse side effects; and is inexpensive compared to other treatments. Dr. Wright even goes on to suggest that “Dr. Cham has discovered, and then thoroughly researched and developed the near-perfect treatment for two common skin cancers. If anyone deserves a Nobel Prize in Medicine, it’s Dr. Bill. E. Cham.”
September is National Skin Cancer Awareness Month, observed because statistics tell us 1 in 5 Americans will develop some form of skin cancer during their life time. Among men over 50 skin cancer now ranks number 1 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 it is predicted more than 1 million basal cell carcinomas and 250,000 squamous cell carcinomas will be diagnosed. It sounds as though a lot of Americans need to join the ranks of the Australian cured!
While these 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. Cham.
Curaderm BEC5 Cream is the revolutionary skin cancer treatment which is becoming the topic of discussion in health food stores, doctors’ offices and at the dinner table. BEC5 comes from a plant substance called solsaodine glycosides found in Nightshade plants such as eggplant. More than 25 years of research Dr. Cham claims a more than 95-percent success rate in treating and often removing these forms of non-melanoma skin carcinoma without damage to the surrounding tissue. The cream has not proven to be effective in treating melanoma.