On Tuesday, May 19th, 2015, I had an appointment with a dermatologist to have a spot on my scalp checked. The doctor took a sample for a biopsy and told me I would receive the results within a week.
On May 22nd I received an email stating the result was Basal Cell Carcinoma, a form of skin cancer.
I was informed that I would be contacted in a month or two about scheduling an appointment for Mohs surgery. During Mohs surgery, layers of cancer-containing skin are progressively removed and examined until only cancer-free tissue remains.
My father suggested that I take a look at this web site, I studied the CC treatment which involves a scientific cream made up of complex minerals that target abnormal cells that do not follow the Kreb cycle. My cancer cells fall into this category. So, I thought it would be crazy for me not to give this treatment a try while I waited to hear from the doctor about scheduling the surgery.
On Sunday 5/24/15, I began the CC Treatment. The cream is light blue in color and has a slight metallic-like odor. I was instructed to apply it 3 times a day. I was also instructed to avoid refined sugar in my diet (very difficult to do) and load up on probiotics.
Within 24 hours of the first application, the area which started as a small indent from the biopsy had raised up and was very tender, it looked pretty gnarly. The cream had attached itself to the area and I could not wipe it off completely before each application. My father advised that this is normal and the pain is actually a good sign that it is working.
Here is a timeline of the pictures displayed:
Six days later I had a friend check it out and she said that it had turned dark grey/green. It continues to grow and it is rather painful but nothing I can’t handle.
I am trying my best to stick with the regiment of limiting my sugar intake and consumption of probiotics.
It feels kind of like I might be growing a horn on my head. Luckily, I can cover it with my hair because it is quite disgusting to look at. I have put it on other parts of my body and there has been no reaction what-so-ever. I am amazed at the way it has reacted only to this particular spot on my head.
6/4/15- The spot continues to grow.
6/9/15- The lump has hardened and feels like a scab.
6/10/15- Scab fell off after a shower!
6/10/15- The mass that came off my head.
6/14: The open wound is scabbing over and appears to be healing.
6/17/15: The wound makes progress healing. There has been no pain in weeks.
6/25/15: The last picture was taken before Biopsy. Almost completely healed.
On June 25th, 2015, I went back to the doctor to have the spot on my head biopsied for the second time.
This was just over a month after the initial biopsy. I explained to her that I used the CCL as a non-clinical trial and I think it is worth checking to see if I need to proceed with surgery.
She joked about investing in the product if it did work, but I don’t think she was expecting to see real results from it. She said that even if she does not find anything she would like to see me in a few months for another biopsy.
Yesterday I learned that there was no evidence of cancer on my scalp. Although the doctor wants to do another biopsy in a few months to make sure it does not reappear, I am ecstatic. This treatment actually works and the best part is it required no drugs and no surgery. It attacked and killed cancer in my body allowing my immune system to work it’s magic!
I spoke with my father today to share the news and he said, “The amazing thing about this treatment is that it doesn’t only sometimes work, it always works.” Everyone should have a bottle of this in their medicine cabinet. If not to treat a problem, use it as a preventative.