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Tuesday, July 01, 2008 Cappy, Community Member, asks

Q: Help, I have Squamous Cell Carcinoma on Nose

I've had a spot on my nose for several years that was just diagnosed as Squamous Cell Carcinoma.  Dermatologist is sending me to someone who does Mohs.  What am I in for?  What should I look for in a good Mohs performing doctor?  What questions should I ask ahead of time?  What can I expect afterwards?  Should I start looking for a plastic surgeon beforehand?  Please help, I don't know what to do and I'm very scared.

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Sue, Community Member
7/11/08 11:50am

Hello Cappy.  Thanks for your questions.  Here are some links to our material - hope it helps.  All the best, sue

 

Just Diagnosed

 

Squamous Cell Carcinoma

 

Mohs Micrographic Surgery


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seemary, Community Member
7/29/08 5:55pm

 

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scott, Community Member
3/13/09 3:02am

Cancer is a fungus. I am dealing with this myself on the nose. When I found out the treatment was a knife I deciced to do some research of my own. I found a doctor in Rome Italy who treats cancer very sucessfuly and I have started treating myself with good results. The treatment is very simple and you can do it yourself.

 

best of luck

 

Scott

 

http://www.curenaturalicancro.com/therapy-simoncini-7.html

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Sandy Q, Community Member
8/11/09 1:40pm

Hi Scott,  Where can I get the iodine skin recipe?  I have Basal Cell Carcinoma on my nose and do not want to get surgery, but would prefer Dr Simoncini's topical cure. 

thanks!

Sandy Q

http://www.TheRealParents.com

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Cardinal, Community Member
8/31/09 8:46pm

I was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma on my nasal tip.  Please read.

 

http://www.topicalinfo.org/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=563

 

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Sandy Q, Community Member
9/ 4/09 1:33pm

Hi Scott,   How or where did you get the iodine 7% solution that Dr Simoncini recommended in the US?

All The Best,

Sandy Quast
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