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  1. #1

    **Dubai Cosmetic Surgery** Female

    Join Date
    Jun 2014
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    13

    Default How to treat the skin cancer?

    anyone have a idea how to treat the skin cancer and how it is appear on our skin and also tell me its side effects?

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    **William Smith** Male

    Join Date
    Jun 2015
    Location
    USA
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    Go to near a good doctor for the treatment of skin cancer.

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    Watercress, which makes a nice addition to salads and sandwiches, is an anti-cancer food par excellence. Research suggests that eating fresh watercress daily can significantly reduce blood cell DNA damage. DNA damage in blood cells is an indicator of a person's overall cancer risk. Watercress contains a special mustard oil called phenethyl isothiocyanate (PEITC) which has significant cancer fighting powers. But the anti-cancer properties of watercress may also be attributable to its high concentration of vitamin C, beta-carotene, and lutein. Watercress is available in larger supermarkets year round, but you can also grow your own crop at home.
    Cancer ultimately stems from damage to cellular DNA, mostly caused by some forms of carcinogen (cancer causing agent) or virus. Faulty genetic material can also be inherited. If not repaired, damaged cells have the potential to proliferate uncontrollably to form a tumour. Cancerous cells may also spread to and invade other tissues (known as ‘metastasis’). Many diet and lifestyle factors can influence the development of cancer, a disease that is expected to affect more than 1 in 3 people in the UK at some stage of their lives. This section focuses on the potential benefits of watercress. Population studies associate an
    increased intake of cruciferous vegetables with reduced risk of cancers at
    several sites. Watercress has the effects of cruciferous vegetable consumption on cancer risk.

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    **Bui Phuong** Female

    Join Date
    Jan 2017
    Location
    Kuala lumpur, Malaysia
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    This is also the problem I am interested. No one wants disease, sadly I am infected

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    Visit to skin cancer specialist.


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