I have been diagnosed with squamous and basal cell skin cancer on my face. I am trying to decide which course to follow: traditional medicine or the MMS path. It is a very difficult and confusing decision; I am not there yet and need to give myself time. In the past, I have only used MMS for preventiive purposes, such as a cleansing, never for anything serious. My dermatologist wants me to use a cream called Aldara for the squamous skin cancer and Mohs surgery for the basal cell carcinoma. I am presently reading the MMS Health Recovery Guidebook cover to cover. As a first step, I am applying straight CDS all over my face every night, with a little DMSO on the two cancer sites. The next step I am considering is the skin patch. The question I have right now is whether to wash the solutions off after they have been on the skin for a while. I have been leaving the CDS on my face all night. The skin patch itself is supposed to be left on for 7 to 15 minutes. I thought I read somewhere on this forum that the solutions should be washed off after 7 minutes, or 15 for the skin patch, but Jim Humble does not mention anything about this in his book.
Also, if you can comment on this cream, Aldara, I would be grateful.
And thank you for reading and responding to my posts as I am trying to find my way and learn to trust in something other than what I been following all my life.
You could apply undiluted CDS + DMSO to those two cancer areas on your face often, even hourly.
Have you considered using Black Salve on those cancers? Research that idea before trying it, but it may work. Note that there will be scaring, but usually fills in over time. That is what I found when I removed a cancer from my back using Black Salve. Can't find any scar today.
While using topical methods, be sure to take MMS1 or CDH internally at the same time. Also douching with CDS is recommended. I think I gave you the link for that at
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