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Squamous Cell Carcinoma Cancer helped with your Picotechnology Soysoap, Thank you for your IMMENSELY important, life-blessing work and our testimonal!

We have reached such an unexpected crisis with regards to my husband, Attila’s, nearly 3-year struggle with Invasive Squamous Cell Carcinoma on his head, which first “broke out” in July of 2012!

Externally: We’ve tried EVERYTHING natural, even: -ELEVEN rounds of Black Salve, Salt salves, H2O2 baths (w/35% Hydrogen Peroxide), Baking soda poultices & soaking, “Curaderm” derived from eggplant in Australia, -Ozone “bagging” & injections around the site, colloidal silver internally and external gel, essential oils (frankincense, lavender, ), coating it with 15% Lugol’s Iodine, to name only a FEW of the MANY different “natural” treatments we’ve used! With each new modality it seems to respond initially, but then within a short time it just starts creeping along again! VERY tenacious!

Internally: he’s done the Hoxey Tonic, Essiac Tea, Amazon III Tonic (an internal version of the black salve recipe in an Aloe juice base), baking soda 2x/day, then baking soda w/maple syrup, and more!

The biggest focus has been on maintaining the wound and trying to figure out what to put on it directly/EXTERNALLY to keep it at bay, while we work on the INTERNAL root causes! At present, he’s just keeping Manuka honey on it to keep down the bacteria & odor, but it keeps spreading and is NOT closing up/healing up anywhere! I’ve attached the photos for your observation.

We’ve been to see a radiation oncologist, who ruled out radiation because it would “do more harm than good” and would probably end up in amputation! So, he referred us to a surgeon, but they think they’ll have to take SO much “margin” –because the Squamous Cell Carcinoma has spread into the (Tricep) muscle, that they’ll still wind up resorting to amputation.

When we originally met with a dermatologist, they had suggested surgery, and that she’d probably have to take away SO much healthy muscle tissue that it would render his arm almost unusable! But, that was before it had spread to the muscle, and losing the use of the arm was not an option, especially since he’s a surfer! –however, unfortunately, he hasn’t been in the water in 1 and a half years while trying to heal this!

The biggest challenge is that EVERY practitioner we’ve approached for guidance has never seen such an advanced case of ISSC, so they’re all pretty “stumped” –and we’re lay-people shooting in the dark, applying everything we can find that these and many on the internet have suggested without any one to directly guide us and to help monitor whether what we’re doing is working or WILL work –given enough time- and to know what or which protocol to stay with for direct application to the wound/cancer site to STOP the relentless spreading of the cancer –so the wound can finally close up and heal!

Needless-to-say, I’m sure you can imagine, this has been a HUGE drain on our lives, our business, AND our finances! We DO have decent insurance coverage, although as you very well know, most ‘alternative’ treatments are not covered by conventional insurances, and my husband’s IRA was wiped out by the last market crash, then, all our reserves were used up with the expense of tending to the decline & deaths of THREE family members, all in 2012!!! Then, top that off with all the out-of-pocket costs of the treatments we’ve attempted to this point!

Again, I’ve attached some photos from 3 months ago, and 2 months ago, and will follow with more recent photos in another email, as the files are too large to attach them all to one email. I think it would be helpful for you to see how much it’s progressed since 2/16/15 & 3/31/15.

Thank you, with all our hearts, for your kind assistance with this extraordinarily difficult challenge! Lisa

Squamous cell carcinoma of the skin is a common form of skin cancer that develops in the squamous cells that make up the middle and outer layer of the skin.

Squamous cell carcinoma of the skin is usually not life-threatening, though it can be aggressive in some cases. Untreated, squamous cell carcinoma of the skin can grow large or spread to other parts of your body, causing serious complications.

Most squamous cell carcinomas of the skin result from prolonged exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, either from sunlight or from tanning beds or lamps. Avoiding UV light helps reduce your risk of squamous cell carcinoma of the skin and other forms of skin cancer.

Squamous cells are found in many places in your body and squamous cell carcinoma can occur anywhere squamous cells are found. Squamous cell carcinoma of the skin refers to cancer that forms in the squamous cells found in the skin.

Pictures says its all. Squamous on the gentlemens head for 3 years!
Pictures says its all. Squamous Close up on the gentlemens head ! Pictures says its all. Squamous gone in 3 days after

Pictures says its all. -----------------------------------------------------------------Close up Squamous all gone

In Conclusion indulge me please for a short story. My friend had a lot of skin cancer removed and and had lots of stitching so the doctor told him to comeback in 10 days to remove stitching. When he came back after 10 days it was very difficult and painful to remove the stitches as the stitches had been buried in the skin by fast skin healing. Doctors comment to friend, You should of come back in 5 days. This was not the first time I have heard about no scabbing, skin regeneration, literally overnight and fast skin and wound healing.

5731 Lexington Drive, Parrish, FL 34219 USA
Phone: 336 306-0193 Email: donwilshe@biobased.us
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