(PRWEB) March 22, 2005
Manufacturer of Curaderm-BEC, has confirmed today the product's capacity to eliminate skin cancer from UV lights attached to sunbeds. This is welcoming news for sun bed lovers, and the multibillion dollar tanning industry who are concerned by last week's World Health Organization (WHO) public health crisis warning on UV and sunbed dangers.
UV exposure in sunbeds, like sunlight, often causes tiny red dots, known as sun spots. Spots often then evolve into larger, non melanoma BCC's or SCC's.
When diagnosed, patients are usually treated by surgical excision of the cancer. Healthy glowing tanners are often subject to skin cancer treatments that cause loss of body tissue and scarring. If the cancer appears on the face, plastic surgery may be necessary to restore a normal appearance.
Dermatologists at Royal London Hospital and nine other United Kingdom skin cancer treatment centers have now confirmed that Curaderm-BEC cream can eliminate all traces of non melanoma skin cancer. Treatment is available for damage from both indoor and outdoor UV exposure.
Curaderm-BEC consists of a patented biochemical (BEC) which is extracted from plants and a specialized cream formulation. Keratolytic and other agents in the cream soften and peel of the first layer of skin allowing the anti-cancer bio-chemical BEC to reach deep into the affected skin tissue. The cream is applied topically twice a day to BCC or SCC non melanoma skin cancer lesions or sun spots.
Clinical research and over twenty years of medical research and information on the side effects of both sun bed and outdoor tanning is available online at http://www.curaderm.net. This includes the product's coverage in prestigious medical publications such as Drugs of Today and Cancer letters.
Previously, the product was only available in Australia (skin cancer capital of the world) where over 50,000 people have used the product. Due to the rapid growth in new skin cancer cases, Curaderm-BEC is now available online for customers anywhere.
People who maintain a tan should regularly check for sunspots or skin cancers and, upon recognizing one, take immediate action. Immediate treatment virtually eliminates any melanoma cancer risk. Most Caucasians will have at least one skin cancer by age 60.
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