Curaderm BEC5 20 ml Cream
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Curaderm Bec5 20 ml Cream
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Quantity: •Contains 20ml
•Extremely easy to use
•Produced from eggplant extract
•Includes FREE booklet of Curaderm BEC5

More Information About This Product:


  • Sun Spots

  • Keratoses

  • Keratoacanthomas

  • Basal Cell Carcinomas (BCC)

  • Squamous Cell Carcinomas (SCC)

  • Produced from eggplant extract

  •  25 years of preclinical and clinical work 

Order Curaderm BEC5 and receive a booklet of 85 pages with the title: “CuradermBEC5 natural non-invasive cure for skin cancers” by Dr. Cham. This booklet details the treatment procedures and addresses the most frequently asked questions. FREE booklets will be included with every “single” Curaderm BEC5 tubes sold.

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Properties:  BEC5 Curaderm has beneficial therapeutic effects on keratosis, basal cell carcinomas (BCCs) and squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs). When the cream is applied to such lesions on the skin, the action of  BEC5 Curaderm produces the following pattern of response: first reddening, then, usually, erosion, ulceration, dying of treated targeted cells, and regrowth of normal cells.

Ingredients: Curaderm BEC5 cream (20g) contains the active anticancer ingredient Solasodine Glycosides (BEC) . It also contains Salicylic Acid and Urea at relatively high concentrations that assist BEC to kill cancer cells. Salicylic Acid and Urea may irritate the skin in some individuals. Solasodine glycosides (BEC), 0.005%; Salicylic acid, 10%; Urea 5%

On February 21, 2012, The Dr. Oz Show featured Dr. Joseph Mercola, a well-known physician and advocate of alternative health medicine. Dr. Oz*** interviewed Dr. Mercola, who hailed Curaderm BEC5 as being highly effective for non-melanoma skin lesions. According to Dr. Mercola, more than 100,000 people have been effectively treated with Curaderm BEC5 throughout the world.

Presentation and Pack: Cream, 20mL

Directions: Apply at least twice daily or as directed by a medical health professional. However, up to ten times daily applications ensure rapid removal of lesions. Before each application of  BEC5 curaderm apply antiseptic gel to the lesion to be treated, and rub in. Wash with water, and dry thoroughly. This procedure ensures removal of dead cells which would otherwise form a barrier against the penetrability of  BEC5 curaderm. Apply an adequate layer of  BEC5 curaderm to the affected areas only. Cover with a simple dressing such as a paper-tape (micropore). Never allow lesion to dry out

* Step 1: Preparation - Cleanse the treatment area using an Antiseptic solution such as Hibiclens Antiseptic skin cleanser and dry the area.
* Setp 2:
Application -  BEC5 Curaderm only on the original treated area avoiding the surrounding redness on the edges.
* Step 3: Covering - Gently cover with a simple dressing such as a paper surgical tape (3M Micropore paper tape).
* Curaderm BEC5 tube is to be stored below 25°C (77°F), preferably in the refrigerator.

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In most cases,
redness and swelling will be observed during treatment. Tingling, or some pain may be experienced for 15 to 30 minutes or longer after each application. This is a normal reaction. When the swelling in the affected area subsides and normal cells have completely replaced the cancer cells, the treatment should be discontinued. The redness will disappear gradually. Treatment should be continued in most cases for 7 to 70 days, depending on the size and type of skin lesion and on the individual’s sensitivity. On occasions it may prove necessary to exceed this period. If in doubt, it is better to treat the area for a longer period than not long enough in order to avoid a recurrence. Treat until the area where the lesion was has regrown with normal tissue.

Limitation of Treatment Area: The total area of skin being treated with Curaderm BEC5 at any one time should not exceed 25 (approx. 5 x 5 cm). Larger areas should be treated a section at a time.

Tolerance: Curaderm BEC5 is well-tolerated. The healthy skin surrounding the area being treated may occasionally become reddened due to the salicylic acid, but soon resumes its normal color on cessation of treatment. Some pain may be experienced due to the salicylic acid content, but this is only transient.

Contraindications: Do not apply Curaderm BEC5 to melanomas, moles, or highly pigmented lesions. If you are unsure of the nature of the area affected, consult your health professional. The effects of Curaderm BEC5 on pregnancy have not been assessed, therefore Curaderm BEC5 should not be used during pregnancy, nor where pregnancy cannot be excluded. It is likewise contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to eggplant, Curaderm BEC5m or any of its ingredients.

Adverse Reactions: the most frequently encountered local reactions have been itching, pain, and burning at the site of the application.

Caution: Adverse Reactions -- Excessive pain, swelling, redness or purulent drainage (pus), fever and any other concerns should be reported to your doctor or healthcare professional

As with all medications, you should consult with your health care professional when using curaderm BEC5.

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Curaderm Bec5 was recently featured on the DR. Oz show and was also the topic of the book "The Eggplant Cure" by Dr. Bill Cham. It is manufactured on the pristine island of Vanuatu, in the South Pacific near Australia.

BEC5 skin cream DESTROYS cancer Cells without affecting healthy Cells. Specially formulated with eggplant derived glycoalkaloids, Bec 5 Curaderm cream works exceedingly well with non-melanoma skin cancers such as squamous cell ( Squamous Cell Carcinoma) and basal cell (Basal Cell Carcinoma) which are the common varieties. Unlike conventional skin cancer treatments such as surgical excision, chemotherapy, radiation and topical treatments such as 5-FU (Adrucil®, Fluorouracil®, Efudex®, Fluoroplex®) that destroy the cancer cells as well as healthy cells surrounding the lesions, BEC destroys only the cancer cells.  The healthy cells of the surrounding tissue are untouched.  The cells of basal cell carcinomas (BCC) and squamous cell carcinomas (SCC) contain specific receptors that recognize and bind to BEC.  Healthy skin cells do not have these receptors and thus, healthy cells are spared.  BEC binds to the cancer cells and enters the cancer cell and induces the cancer cells to destroy themselves by rupturing and intracellular membrane called a lysosome. Normal cells begin to regrow and healthy tissue is regenerated with little or no scarring. 

Reducing the invisible and visible signs of skin cancer

Bec 5 cream only kills cancer cells and in the course of treatment it’s normal to take a while for the destroyed cancer cells to be removed by the natural processes of the body. While this process is in effect, the affected area may seem redder than before application, but this will desist and eventually leave the affected area much clearer. Bec5 side effects are limited to this skin reddening, possible skin ulceration while the process takes place. Bec5 shouldn’t also be applied to moles, melanomas or to those allergic to Aspirin.
A 20 ml. bottle of BEC5 can provide enough material to treat one large skin cancer, two medium sized ones, several small ones or up to twelve sun spots.

Bec 5 curaderm cream is easy to apply and non-invasive, and represents a proven and cost effective treatment for skin cancer.

Frequently Asked Questions About BEC 5 Curaderm:

What is  BEC5 used for?
This medicine is used to treat non-melanoma skin cancers-basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) as well as keratoses.

What does  BEC5 contain?
Curaderm BEC5 cream (20g) contains the active anticancer ingredient Solasodine Glycosides (BEC) . It also contains Salicylic Acid and Urea at relatively high concentrations that assist BEC to kill cancer cells. Salicylic Acid and Urea may irritate the skin in some individuals

What to do before you use BEC5?
Tell your doctor or healthcare provider if you have allergies to any medicines, foods, preservatives or drugs. The anticancer ingredient BEC is present in eggplant. If you are allergic to eggplant, talk to your doctor or healthcare provider before you use Curaderm BEC5.

How Often Should I Use It?
Curaderm BEC5 should be used at least twice daily but may also be used up to ten times daily depending on the type of lesion being treated.  Please speak to your doctor or healthcare provider for direction in more frequent applications. It is important to always cover the treated area with a dressing such as Micropore, which is a brand of paper tape. DO NOT allow the area being treated to dry out.

What Can I Expect?
In most cases, some degree of redness, itching, skin peeling, swelling and some drainage will be observed during treatment. Tingling or burning may be experienced for 30 to 60 minutes after each application.  This is a normal reaction. The following pattern of responses can be anticipated: First reddening, then usually erosion and ulceration followed by regrowth of normal skin tissue. During treatment the lesion may appear worse than before treatment.   During treatment and until the new tissue has regrown, your skin in the treatment area will look noticeably different from normal skin.

How Long Should I Perform Treatments?
When the treated skin appears normal, the treatment should be discontinued.  Treatment times in the clinical trials were 8 weeks and 12 weeks.  Treatment times will vary depending on the type and size of lesion being treated.  On occasion it may be necessary to prolong the treatment regime. If in doubt it is better to treat the area for an extended period in order to prevent re-occurrence. In this case, the treatment should continue until such time as the lesion has replaced with new tissue.
It is important to ensure a regular treatment regime. Multiple skipped treatments may result in the growth of normal skin over the top of the lesion. This can result in masking, and thus the incomplete treatment of the lesion.

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 Physicians Comments about curaderm Bec5 cream:

 "We have observed that post treatment with Curaderm the wound is quickly replenished with normal tissue and that residual scarring is minimal. It is a cost effective treatment for both primary and secondary skin cancer care."- Dr. Sangeeta Punjab - Royal London Hospital

"Curaderm BEC5 is a scientifically based preparation. I am impressed by the evidence presented for Curaderm BEC5 and believe that the chance of a complete and lasting remission of superficial skin cancer using this product are good."  - Dr. Ralph W. Moss - Assistant director of public affairs at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York (1974-1977), "The Cancer Industry", "The Cancer War"

"Curaderm BEC5 can get rid of the lesion with no evidence of scarring and in the rare instances in which the lesion returns a simple reapplication of the cream will solve the problem. " - Dr. David G. Williams, FRCPath

"In my experience, Curaderm BEC5 was effective when used as directed and was most useful on the face where an excellent cosmetic result usually occurred. This was particularly true around the nose and mouth where cosmetic surgery would be most obvious." - Dr. Roy Goodman

For more additional information  here »

Dr Joseph Mecola the famous alternative health advocate was championing the product read his article here.
He also has a longer article about BEC5
here which may be of interest here.
The story on Dr. Oz***show 
website read article here.
**Dr. Oz has not endorsed Curaderm BEC5

Curaderm BEC5
Is the only scientifically verified topical cream.
Price: $144.00




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Curaderm Bec5 20 ml Cream
Interim Report04/21/2014
By Donald MacLeod
Greetings All I can only submit an interim report at this time although everything looks positive and I will follow up with a final report around mid May. I am a seventy five year old male in very good health with the exception of the ailment that I now report on. My doctor referred me to a dermatologist last August with concern for two suspected areas on my face / one (a pimple) about one inch at seven O’clock from my left eye and a second that lay on my jaw about mid point down from my left ear. The former was a new growth with about a six months presence and the latter was on my jaw for a long time and more spread out and possibly wrongly I attributed it long being there to be the a cause of irritation from shaving. It was early December before I saw the dermatologist who took biopsies from both areas. The results were back late in January and showed the cheek as a Squamous Cell C. and the jaw a Basal Cell C. / My second visit with the dermatologist lasted lest than five minute





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