My 31 year old son was recently diagnosed with melanoma skin cancer. 2 operations later and next a 1 year treatment of interferon with possible severe side effects. Started on his foot of all places. This disease can be deadly. STOP getting tans all summer, your life might depend on it.
I have had three melanomas on the sole of my left foot. First was in 1994 when I was 36, the second in 1998 and a third in 2005. I had all removed with radical surgery and lymph node removal. So far all good. Never lose hope, never give up.....and remember to say thank you for every day you are blessed with. I wish your son all the very best with his treatment and I hope my story inspires shows him that life does go on.
Please look up skin cancer and glutathione....try google or Pubmed....you will realize the answer to our health is inflamation. Glutathione is the Master of the cell and works on the inflamation of the cell. GSH is a blood booster and raises immunity but you must get into the cell with the precusors. There is a company that has the SCIENCE to back this incredible discovery. Max International. Please research glutathione it is SCIENCE that has been around for 125 years. Now 2 Incredible...
Please look up skin cancer and glutathione....try google or Pubmed....you will realize the answer to our health is inflamation. Glutathione is the Master of the cell and works on the inflamation of the cell. GSH is a blood booster and raises immunity but you must get into the cell with the precusors. There is a company that has the SCIENCE to back this incredible discovery. Max International. Please research glutathione it is SCIENCE that has been around for 125 years. Now 2 Incredible Scientists have found a way to make the body reproduce and recycle IT"S OWN GLUTATHIONE....
Mr. Carter, my prayers are with you and your son and your entire family. I have been a 'survivor' of family members with cancer, my husband, 2 of my uncles, my grandmother. My husband was diagnosed with a stage 4 squamous cell carcinoma, which is actually the #1 '''type''' of skin cancer. They didn't tell us (although I knew) that he only had a 5% chance of surviving for 2 years. However, it has been 14 years, so love, strength of will and prayer ALL HELP!!
It's very difficult for...
It's very difficult for people when someone they love dearly is affected by cancer or other illnesses, and often we are overlooked as to how WE are doing, so I wish you all the strength and health you will need to also get through this time. I think I almost collapsed for the 2 years I took care of my ailing husband.
I had just made a post wherein I stated that many people get melanoma on their feet and bottom of their feet, and tend to overlook it, when I saw your post! It is actually one of the most common spots for Melanoma, because we wear flipflops and sandals !
KEEP SPREADING THAT MESSAGE Mr. Carter, you very well could save lives!!
Much love and wishes.
My mother was diagnosed with melanoma. They found melanoma in her eye and she had it operated and removed and then 14 years latter it spread from the lungs to other inner parts of the body. I lost her 16 years ago, I am so thankfull to God for giving me the best mother ever. She has given me a lot and I still miss her.
mothers/fathers, daughters/sons, brothers/sisters be aware of cancer cause those who stay behind may never recover from your loss.
I know! I know.....
MARIA..sorry for your loss i lost my mother too..if there was a god he wouldn't allow good people to die early..that's just my opinion.take care regards.
Amen I have a neighbor who is only 37 and has melanoma, I am praying for her complete healing! Please keep her in your prayers her name is Tara.
Patti, I will be praying. Did it spread to her lymph system? How is Mark doing? Luv y'all.
Yes It is in her brain , lungs & liver and she is beautiful! Mark is doing well sometimes tired otherwise he is on for the Youth tomorrow is volleyball on the new court!!! & BBBQ How did the surgery go for Logan, we are praying for him....blessings
Blesses coming down to you Rachel.
Yes, I believe all moles and funny marks should be checked...I had 2 moles removed...one from my face and one in the neck.... and a little worried about another 2 on my body, so will be have these checked soon.
Thanks Rachel for sharing- God speed!
I use to be a sun worshipper and loved having a tan. Now since I have had both basal cell and squamos cell skin cancer removed, I have no longer been a sun bather. I check regularly and see a dermatologist every six months. ALSO to all the people who use tanning beds, they are even worse. I preach this to my 21 year old daughter ALL the time.
10 years ago I was diagnosed with a skin melanoma and told to STAY OUT OF THE SUN and wear SPF! No longer am I a sun-worshiper...I love being alive and healthy. <3<3
I just has a benign skin lesion frozen off my leg last week at the Mayo Clinic. Had a compete skin check and was A-ok. :)
Barb, I'm glad everything was ok.
If people were more aware about the discovery within our bodies of a tripeptide called GLUTATHIONE. Just google skin cancer and glutathione or go to Pubmed.gov. THERE is an answer and it's in our BODIES..The cell can reproduce and recylcle it's Master Antioxidant/anitoxant....Go to Max.com and learn about the company Max International. There is an answer in our bodies.....GSH.
Thanks for this information, I will research it. I work out in the sun every day even though I wear a straw hat I still get a lot of sun exposure. I have noticed a spot on my ear which I'm afraid that it may be skin cancer. after reading this I will get it checked. Thanks for your input and web advise.