The Curaderm-BEC5 skin cancer cream breakthrough technology returns the skins inner health and outer beauty. Curaderm-BEC5 is a carefully formulated product based on sound scientific published data and delivers excellent treatment success for the very common sun related skin problems.
Folklore among farmers in Australia, which has long reported that the crushing and application of a poultice of the fruit of a weed known as Devil’s Apple (Solanum linnaeanum) retards the progression of eye cancer in Hereford cattle, brought the plant to Dr. Cham’s attention. He then set out to identify possible active compounds in the plant and discovered that the active agent was the mixture of solasodine glycosides found in Devil’s Apple, publishing his research in 1987.
Knowing that Devil’s Apple belongs to the same family of plants as eggplant, potatoes and tomatoes, Dr. Cham then sought to determine if eggplant, a more readily cultivated plant worldwide, also contained solasodine glycosides. Further research not only led to Dr. Cham’s confirmation that BEC is also present in eggplant, but his development and patenting of a purified mixture of the active glycoalkaloids, which is now known as BEC.
After twenty seven years of research and clinical trials, biochemist, Dr. Bill E. Cham, has discovered that the topical skin cream application of Curaderm BEC5 cream can eradicate non-melanoma skin cancers,
Skin Cancer & Pre-Skin Cancers, Solar Keratosis, Actinic Keratosis, Sunspots
An overgrowth of the epidermis forms a scaly layer on the skin. The start of this lesion is usually a small patch of dilated capillaries several millimetres in diameter. Then a dry, rough, adherent yellow or dirty brown scale forms, which may bleed if picked off. It may eventually become thick and horny, with a sharp, clear division between the keratosis and normal skin. Solar keratoses occasionally regress if sun exposure is stopped before they become too established. Although non-malignant, they are potentially malignant and can develop into cancer.
Basal Cell Carcinoma
A BCC is a malignant tumour that rarely spreads to distant sites (metastasises). It starts in the basal layer of cells, between the basement membrane and the subsequent layer of cells and grows upwards from these. It consists of immature cells and has an organized complex of supportive tissue around it. The primary cause of BCC is sunlight exposed onto sensitive skin. Contributory causes are radiation damage, exposure to arsenic, burn scars and vaccination marks. BCCs are the most common malignant skin tumours in humans; they do not spread by metastases, but they erode tissue, and if not treated may eventually kill. BCCs may appear in a variety of guises and on first appearance, they are commonly small, rounded lumps with a pearly edge, and a thin surface covering with a few superficial transparent blood vessels. BCCs may also appear as ulcers, or as bleeding or non-healing lesions. Occasionally they appear as flat diffuse crusting or scaling red lesions. BCC tumours usually grow slowly but in a relentless manner. They then ulcerate and the ulcer will follow the spreading tumour, causing further damage, (for this reason they are also known as rodent ulcers).
Squamous Cell Carcinoma
An SCC is a malignant tumour arising from the cells above the basal layer of the epidermis (prickle layer), usually after many years of exposure to sunlight. The cells in the prickle layer are maturing towards keratin formation and the cancer occurs when they accelerate in growth and breakthrough the basement membrane into the dermis. Although sunlight is the most common cause of SCC, any cancer-producing substance (carcinogen) may initiate its development. SCCs often arise from precancerous conditions such as solar keratoses. SCCs may also develop from skin ulcers, scar tissues, and x-ray damaged tissues, if this occurs then the chance of metastasis increases to approximately 20%. In addition, some 40% of transplant patients who are on immunosuppressive drugs develop SCCs within 5-years post-transplantation. This skin cancer is a serious problem and is potentially deadly. The first sign of an SCC is usually a thickening, with the lesion feeling firm, and the limits are not discrete. In the early stages there may be a crust that may later shed to show an ulcer. It may also form as a crack (fissure) or a small ulcer on the lip, which fails to heal and bleeds recurrently. The SCC may metastasise with an incidence of generally less than 5%.
How was the cream discovered?
Here is a Video from the early 1980’s on Australian Television Current Affairs Channel, Willesee, when Curaderm cream was first released in the Australian Market.
BEC5 is a compound derived originally from an Australian plant called devil’s apple. And it’s also found in eggplant and it’s found in green pepper. any one of the things called Solanaceae for those of you who are botanists. They all have some of this BEC5 in them. The technical term for them is solasodine glycosides. And all that glycoside means is that there’s a sugar attached to something. It could be a string of sugars too.
It was discovered by a doctor – Bill Cham . He is a PhD. He is a brilliant guy. He was working at a university in Australia and someone came out to talk to him—even though his major field is lipid chemistry—they wanted to talk to him because they heard he was interested about why their livestock, when they developed cancer in they go rub themselves up against the devil’s apple plant with their eyes. Damn, their cancer would go away. And so they talked to Dr. Cham about that. And Dr. Cham was intrigued.
So, he went to research it and he isolated these things called salosodine glycosides. There are two or three of them but they’re all lumped into the name BEC5. BEC5 is Bill Edward Cham-5. So here’s what Dr. Cham found very quickly…
- What he found is that there was a membrane change in the membrane that surrounds a cancer cell. And if any cancer cell—and as you’ll hear later on from Dr. Gaston, every cancer cell has this membrane change. But normal cells that are not cancerous do not have that membrane change.
- And the key thing is that the solasodine glycosides, this sugar that sticks down, has a particular type of plant sugar that connects with the cancer cells’ change membrane and it connects. And the cancer cell pulls that stuff inside the cancer cell where it doesn’t mess with the DNA of the cancer cell. It goes to little baggies called lysosomes which are filled with enzymes and they are the storage depot for enzymes that the cell uses.
- But this stuff, the BEC5, goes into the cancer cell. It goes to the lysosome somehow. It enters the lysosomes, and all the storage membranes are ruptured. And so this cell is flooded with digestive enzymes that digest itself to death. Seriously. Now, if I have a skin cancer right here and I put it on there, it is not going to hurt the normal skin at all. That is the key thing. This is a beautifully targeted thing. If you heard about the latest thing in cancer treatment is targeting individualization and all that.
“This has been around since 1980s by the way. Except not in these United States, of course. But there are legal jurisdictions for it. And that’s where one has to buy it. It’s from a legal jurisdiction. So anyway I get this BEC5. It’s a skin cream and I rub it all over there. And remember, it can’t get into my normal cells. It can only get into cancer cells. And I put a Band Aid over it. I’ll leave that for 12 hours, take the Band Aid off, renew the skin cream, put the Band Aid back on again. If I do that, usually within 12-14 weeks this process happens.
The cancer cells first start to turn a little red and they look a little granular. And then they start to turn red-grey and red-black and the whole thing collapses and implodes. And it leaves a little hole. But the cool thing is, you just keep putting skin cream on and the whole thing grows back in and you can hardly ever tell you had a cancer.
BEC5… Floods the cells with digestive enzymes that digest itself to death. Seriously.
There’s a whole book on this, folks. In fact, there are two books. One of them is called The Eggplant Cancer Cure because this stuff is found in eggplant. And the other one is a more recent book, Inspired by Nature Proven by Science. Both of them are by Bill Cham. So you can find these online. Bill Cham, Inspired by Nature Proven by Science and The Eggplant Cancer Cure.
Both of them come with pictures. For example, there’s a picture in one of those books, I think it’s The Eggplant Cancer Cure, of somebody who had this big cancer that encompassed part of the nose here and it went all around in a big circle like that. They started to putting on the BEC5 cream. At the worst stage, a person looked like they had a hole in the side of their face.
Remember though, this cream cannot kill normal cells. And so when it got to the last cancer cell, it stops. It can’t go any further. So here’s this big hole. There’s a picture of after it all healed. And this one took about 16-20 weeks because it was such a big cancer—you could not tell one side of the nose from the other unless you took a really close-up picture.
And then it was just a little bit more grainy and the other side was a little more smooth. And that’s the only way you could tell the person ever had cancer. And otherwise that person would have to have a humongous surgery and they’d have to have skin grafting. And this stuff can cure the cancer without all that” The above explanation is by Dr. Jonathan Wright on the TRUTH ABOUT CANCER TV Series
Watch the Video below:
Dr. Jonathan Wright is the Medical Director of Tahoma Clinic where he also practices medicine. A Harvard University (A.B. 1965) and University of Michigan graduate (M.D. 1969), he continues to be a forerunner in research and application of natural treatments for healthy aging and illness. Along with Alan Gaby, M.D., he has since 1976 accumulated a file of over 50,000 research papers about diet, vitamins, minerals, botanicals, and other natural substances. Dr. Wright has taught natural biochemical medical treatments since 1983 to thousands of physicians in the USA, Europe, and Japan.
Curaderm-BEC5 Skin Cancer Cream Research
Over the last few decades, medical research has been published showing evidence of Curaderm-BEC5 as a safe and effective skin cancer treatment Highly respectable journals such as; Cancer Letters, Drugs of the Future, Asia Pacifc Journal of Pharmacology, Planta Med and Drugs of Today, have published medical research on Curaderm-BEC5 from 1987 and 2003.
Such journals are read by medical practioners and scientific researchers so they can be informed of important medicinal developments. Curadern has passed every toxicology and safety data as well as documented the effectiveness of Curaderm-BEC5 to destroy cancer cells with minimal or no cosmetic scarring or unhealthy side effects.
The option to treat Skin cancer with Curaderm-BEC5 has been available since 1982. By 2003, when the Phase 3 clinical trials were released, over 80,000 patients had already used and successfully treated their skin cancers with Curaderm-BEC5. So over 80,000 people are testimonial to how well Curaderm-BEC5 works on their skin lesions.
- Curaderm-BEC5 is an ideal therapy for skin cancer.
- Curaderm-BEC5 is clinically proven for all types of Non-Melanoma skin cancer.
- Curaderm-BEC5 is cosmetically effective.
- Curaderm-BEC5 lowers the percentage of recurrence.
- Curaderm-BEC5 is safe to use.
Curaderm-BEC5 destroys cancer cells without affecting the normal cells. Curaderm-BEC5 treats the Cancer on the surface of the skin tissue and the deep penetrating delivery cream allows the active to penetrate the skin and attack the whole cancer.