Skin Cancer

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1. If you are existing ACMA patients, you can follow previous ACMA treatment instructions to reorder and take the treatments.
2. If you are new patients, you need to complete the ACMA diagnosis form first. For more information, please click ACMA Diagnosis Form.
3. After you order ACMA products, we will send the products to you with detailed instruction within 3 business days.
4. The product shelf life is 1 year from the time when you place the order.
5. After receiving the products, please follow the instruction exactly to take the treatments.
6. Please Contact Us if you have any questions or meet any problems when take the treatments.
7. After taking the treatments, if your conditions start improving, please continue the treatments as instructed.
8. If you get allergic reactions, or if your conditions get worse, please Contact Us ASAP.
9. During the treatments, please do lab testing every month, and send us the lab reports asap when they are available.

Skin cancer — the abnormal growth of skin cells — most often develops on skin exposed to the sun. But this common form of cancer can also occur on areas of your skin not ordinarily exposed to sunlight.

There are three major types of skin cancer — basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma.

You can reduce your risk of skin cancer by limiting or avoiding exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Checking your skin for suspicious changes can help detect skin cancer at its earliest stages. Early detection of skin cancer gives you the greatest chance for successful skin cancer treatment.

Skin cancer occurs when errors (mutations) occur in the DNA of skin cells. The mutations cause the cells to grow out of control and form a mass of cancer cells.

Cells involved in skin cancer

Skin cancer begins in your skin's top layer — the epidermis. The epidermis is a thin layer that provides a protective cover of skin cells that your body continually sheds. The epidermis contains three main types of cells:

  • • Squamous cells which produce new skin cells, sit beneath the squamous cells.
  • • Basal cells, A flat, flesh-colored or brown scar-like lesion
  • • Melanocytes— which produce melanin, the pigment that gives skin its normal color — are located in the lower part of your epidermis. Melanocytes produce more melanin when you're in the sun to help protect the deeper layers of your skin.

Where your skin cancer begins determines its type and your treatment options.

Ultraviolet light and other potential causes

Much of the damage to DNA in skin cells results from ultraviolet (UV) radiation found in sunlight and in the lights used in tanning beds. But sun exposure doesn't explain skin cancers that develop on skin not ordinarily exposed to sunlight. This indicates that other factors may contribute to your risk of skin cancer, such as being exposed to toxic substances or having a condition that weakens your immune system.

Symptoms

Where skin cancer develops

Skin cancer develops primarily on areas of sun-exposed skin, including the scalp, face, lips, ears, neck, chest, arms and hands, and on the legs in women. But it can also form on areas that rarely see the light of day — your palms, beneath your fingernails or toenails, and your genital area.

Skin cancer affects people of all skin tones, including those with darker complexions. When melanoma occurs in people with dark skin tones, it's more likely to occur in areas not normally exposed to the sun, such as the palms of the hands and soles of the feet.

Basal cell carcinoma signs and symptoms

Basal cell carcinoma usually occurs in sun-exposed areas of your body, such as your neck or face.

Basal cell carcinoma may appear as:

  • A pearly or waxy bump
  • A flat, flesh-colored or brown scar-like lesion

Squamous cell carcinoma signs and symptoms

Most often, squamous cell carcinoma occurs on sun-exposed areas of your body, such as your face, ears and hands. People with darker skin are more likely to develop squamous cell carcinoma on areas that aren't often exposed to the sun.

Squamous cell carcinoma may appear as:

  • A firm, red nodule
  • A flat lesion with a scaly, crusted surface

Melanoma signs and symptoms

Melanoma can develop anywhere on your body, in otherwise normal skin or in an existing mole that becomes cancerous. Melanoma most often appears on the face or the trunk of affected men. In women, this type of cancer most often develops on the lower legs. In both men and women, melanoma can occur on skin that hasn't been exposed to the sun.

Melanoma can affect people of any skin tone. In people with darker skin tones, melanoma tends to occur on the palms or soles, or under the fingernails or toenails.

Melanoma signs include:

  • A large brownish spot with darker speckles
  • A mole that changes in color, size or feel or that bleeds
  • A small lesion with an irregular border and portions that appear red, white, blue or blue-black
  • Dark lesions on your palms, soles, fingertips or toes, or on mucous membranes lining your mouth, nose, vagina or anus

Signs and symptoms of less common skin cancers

Other, less common types of skin cancer include:

  • • Kaposi sarcomaThis rare form of skin cancer develops in the skin's blood vessels and causes red or purple patches on the skin or mucous membranes.
  • Kaposi sarcoma mainly occurs in people with weakened immune systems, such as people with AIDS, and in people taking medications that suppress their natural immunity, such as people who've undergone organ transplants.

    Other people with an increased risk of Kaposi sarcoma include young men living in Africa or older men of Italian or Eastern European Jewish heritage.

  • • Merkel cell carcinoma. Merkel cell carcinoma causes firm, shiny nodules that occur on or just beneath the skin and in hair follicles. Merkel cell carcinoma is most often found on the head, neck and trunk.
  • • Sebaceous gland carcinoma. This uncommon and aggressive cancer originates in the oil glands in the skin. Sebaceous gland carcinomas — which usually appear as hard, painless nodules — can develop anywhere, but most occur on the eyelid, where they're frequently mistaken for other eyelid problems.

Comparison of Orthodox Cancer Treatments and ACMA Cancer Treatments

Orthodox Cancer Treatments ACMA Cancer Treatments
Kills far more normal cells than cancerous cells. ACMA treatments selectively kill cancerous cells, either directly or indirectly, and do no harm to normal cells.
Severely damages organs and the immune system. ACMA treatments do not damage organs and the immune system.
Can destroy the functions of key organs, such as the liver, heart, kidney, etc., leading to death due to side effects. Do not damage any key organs as long as patients follow ACMA treatment instructions.
Damage the gastrointestinal system, cause sick feeling, nausea, vomiting, and lost appetite, or death due to malnutrition. ACMA Treatments don’t have any side effect.
Patients die of infectious diseases caused by a weakened immune system due to chemo and radiotherapy. ACMA treatments can protect patients from getting infectious diseases.
One side effect that chemotherapy has is that it can cause new cancer. ACMA cancer treatments do not have any side effect causing new cancer. On the contrary, ACMA cancer treatment can prevent new cancer from developing or growing.
For many cancer patients, orthodox treatments cause them died earlier comparing to no treatment at all for many types of cancer. For most ACMA cancer patients, ACMA cancer treatments have extended their lives, including extending the lives of cancer patients who were sent hospice after orthodox medicine failed to help them.
Can do significant damage to DNA and causing new cancer. ACMA cancer treatments do not cause damage to DNA as long as patients follow ACMA treatment instructions.
Causes immense pain and sickness, and a host of other severe side effects, so much so that many patients drop out of chemotherapy and would rather die than continue their treatments. No pain or suffering is ever caused by ACMA cancer treatments. If the cancer, or prior orthodox treatments, cause pain, ACMA cancer treatments frequently reduce the pain and sickness within hours or days.
Orthodox treatment has very high relapse rate after remission. Patients usually will die after the cancer relapses. So far, after ACMA cancer treatment help cancer patients achieve remission, no cancer relapse has occurred.
Orthodox treatment cannot prevent cancer from relapsing. ACMA cancer treatments can prevent cancer from relapsing.
According to NIH statistics, cancer patient's 5-year survival rate after receiving chemotherapy is 2.1%. For stage I, II, III cancer patients after receiving ACMA cancer treatments, the 5-year survival rate is 100%. For stage IV cancer patients after receiving ACMA cancer treatments, the 5-year survival rate is about 80%.
(Data on orthodox treatment is unavailable) For stage I, II, III cancer patients after receiving ACMA cancer treatments, the 5-year remission rate is 100%.
(Data on orthodox treatment is unavailable) For stage I, II, III cancer patients after receiving ACMA cancer treatments, the 5-year cancer relapse rate is zero.
(Data on orthodox treatment is unavailable) For stage I, II, III cancer patients after receiving ACMA cancer treatments, the 5-year cure rate is 100%.

    ACMA skin cancer treatment has following functions:

  • Remove the abnormal skin bump
  • Eliminate the flat, flesh-colored or brown scar-like lesion
  • Get rid of the firm, red nodule
  • Clear flat lesion with a scaly, crusted surface
  • Remove large brownish spot with darker speckles
  • Eliminate the mole that changes in color, size, shape, feel or that bleeds
  • Get rid of the lesion with an irregular border and portions that appear red, white, blue or blue-black
  • Clear dark lesions
  • Heal the reddish patch of dry skin that won’t heal
  • Remove flesh-colored (or pink, red, or brown) pearl-shaped lump
  • Eliminate pimple that won’t clear
  • Clear the sore that bleeds, heals, and then returns
  • Get rid of scar that feels waxy — may be skin-colored, white, or yellow
  • Remove the group of slow-growing, shiny pink or red growths — look like sores, often scaly and bleed easily
  • Eliminate flat or sunken growth — feels hard, may be white or yellow
  • Remove scaly patch on the lip
  • Get rid of the new dark spot on the skin that looks like a mole, but grows quickly
  • Stop pain, itch, or bleeding in a new spot on the skin
  • Eliminate streak (usually brown or black) underneath a fingernail or toenail
  • Clear bruise on the foot that does not heal
  • Heal the open or inflamed skin wound that won't heal
  • Remove small, dark multicoloured spot with irregular borders - either raised or flat - that may bleed and form a scab
  • Eliminate cluster of shiny, firm dark bumps
  • Get rid of firm, reddish wart-like bump that grows gradually
  • Clear flat spot that becomes a bleeding sore that won't heal
  • Prevent cancer metastasis

ACMA skin cancer treatment is natural and very safe. No side effect has been reported.