Black Salve and Ms. L

Black Salve and Ms. L

My Amazing Experience with Black SalveHow It Began... I am a 55 year old female living in Perth , Western Australia. A friend bought me some Black Salve with DSMO to use to remove a couple of warts and a few moles I had on my body.As I live in a hot, sunny climate, I had these moles checked every year by a specialist for skin cancer. Every year for many years, all these blemishes have been passed as "OK" – ie. not requiring a biopsy or further investigation.The TestI merrily put the Black Salve on six blemishes on my body expecting no more reaction than a gradual removal. Within hours five of them were giving off a drawing pain and became red and hot. One of them, between my breasts, was a particularly strong reaction, and the lesion was larger. This spot was a concern to me because it had appeared on its own some three or four years ago...
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Ten Things I Learned From Survivors

Ten Things I Learned From Survivors

Attitude is Key to Overcoming By Lissa Rankin MD (Guest Writer for Wake Up World)       I interviewed women who had survived breast cancer, and noticed that they all shared one remarkable attribute.They had faced death, and decided to live every day like it might be their last... and then they all beat cancer. Here’s what I learned from those survivor women. Learning these lessons changed my life, and I hope they’ll change yours. 10 Things I Learned From People Who Survive Cancer 1. Be unapologetically YOU. People who survive cancer get feisty. They walk around bald in shopping malls and roll their eyes if people look at them funny. They say what they think. They laugh often. They don’t make excuses. They wear purple muumuus when they want to. 2. Don’t take shit from people.   People who survive cancer stop trying to please everybody. They give up caring what everybody else thinks. If you might die in a year anyway (and every single one of us could), who gives a flip if...
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My Doctor Said It Was Nothing…

My Doctor Said It Was Nothing…

Bloodroot and Squamous Cell CancerAfter having had a melanoma removed from my arm 3 years ago, I was very concerned about my skin. I had a small spot on my chest that I was worried about so I had the Dr. biopsy it, even though he said it was nothing. It came back a squamous cell cancer. As the years went by I would ask if it needed to be removed because it would always get red and itchy around the scar, which was about the size of a pencil eraser. He assured me it was fine.I decided to try the Black salve, because I had heard that nothing would happen unless there is a cancer present. The pictures show what happened...and I am glad to have what ever was there out of my body. It took about five weeks. I'm waiting to see what it does before applying more salve if needed. Hope this helps someone.JP of IllinoisSource  ...
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