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Verita Life clinics are among the few worldwide that offer a multidisciplinary range of integrative therapies, as well as the only one to bring under one roof the full treatment protocols from the US and Europe. Verita Life treats the body as a whole to attack the cancer from many directions, restart regenerative healing powers and strengthen the immune system.

Verita Life give patients better, safer and scientific proven options to

• overcome cancer
• minimise chronic side effects
• regain and maintain immune system strength
• improve and maintain organ function
• recover from cancer related symptoms
• stay cancer-free

Understanding Skin Cancer

Skin Cancer is the most common type of cancer. It usually forms in skin that has been exposed to sunlight but can occur anywhere on the body. The skin has several layers; Skin Cancer begins in the epidermis – the outer layer, which is made up of squamous cells, basal cells and melanocytes. Some of the different types of Skin Cancer include: Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Melanoma, Merkel Cell Carcinoma and Kaposi Sarcoma.

If one is diagnosed with Skin Cancer, it is important to know which type it is exactly because it affects the treatment options and the prognosis. If one isn’t sure about their type of skin cancer, it is imperative to consult with their doctor so that they can get the right information and receive the appropriate treatment.

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Most Common Symptoms

Skin Cancer is slow growing and is often free of glaring warning signs; this can make detection very tricky. However, there are certain indicators to look out for, these include: a pearly or waxy bump, a flat, flesh-coloured, or brown scar-like lesion. a firm red nodule, a flat lesion with a scaly, crusted surface and dark lesions on palms, soles, fingertips or toes.

It is crucial to note that a manifestation of one or some of these symptoms does not automatically mean one has Skin Cancer. A consultation with a doctor is highly recommended.

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