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- Skin Cancer -
Floyd went to the doctor because he had a suspicious growth on his ear. The doctor took one look at it and said "basal cell carcinoma" and referred him to another doctor who charged to refer him to a plastic surgeon who said "surgery and skin graft." Everyone we saw said "pretty sure Basal Cell Carcinoma," but would need test to prove it, yet nobody did a biopsy. The plastic surgeon said he had to get a physical before he would touch him. It took two weeks to get a physical, and another week to get the results, so in that time, I took matters into my own hands.
I started bathing that skin cancer with peroxide, then swabbing it good with fresh Aloe Vera Juice. I mixed Garlic and Slippery Elm Bark together and coated it with that. I did this about 4 times a day, and pretty soon the thing started to turn brown like it was dying. After a couple of weeks it started to turn loose on the top side and a crevice kept getting larger until after three weeks it dried up to the size of a BB and fell off. It is as hard as can be - I still have it. His ear is beautiful, has a small scab about the size of a match stem. I continue to put my "concoction" on it just in case there is any of it left. Nothing is brown, it is perfectly normal in color.
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