Disclaimer: The information contained on this website and any related links, posts, e-books, and emails is intended as educational material only and should never be construed as medical advice. Do not rely on any information you read here to replace any consultation or advice you receive from a physician, surgeon, or other qualified healthcare professional regarding your specific health situation. If you have any questions or concerns about your health and/or any skin lesion(s), we suggest you seek medical assistance.
Melanoma is the most serious type of skin cancer and, according to the ACS, accounts for almost 9,000 of the nearly 12,000 skin cancer deaths each year. We highly recommend you have your skin lesion(s) biopsied and diagnosed by a physician, surgeon, or other qualified healthcare professional to make sure it is not melanoma before starting treatment with Curaderm BEC5.
Curaderm BEC5 is NOT to be used on any lesion(s) thought to be melanoma, metastatic basal cell cancer, or metastatic squamous cell cancer.
Curaderm BEC5 is NOT to be used by people who are allergic to Aspirin, salicylic acid, or eggplant.
Always seek the advice of your physician, surgeon, or other qualified healthcare professional concerning the diagnosis and treatment of your specific medical condition(s) and any skin lesion(s).
Notice: Curaderm does not offer any medical advice and does not allege to be a provider of medical information. Just as with the start of any treatment or new supplement we recommend that all of our customers defer to the advice of their medical provider prior to starting the treatment.