Why Do Skin Cancers Return?
In this article I would like to talk about skin cancers again.
When you go to the surgeon and have a skin cancer removed and the surgeon is happy that all traces of the skin cancer are now gone and he tests the results under the microscope, to confirm for your benefit that all traces are now gone, then for all intents and purposes that’s it end of story.
Why then do they say come back in six months or twelve months for a check up? Is it possible that once the skin cancer is removed,that it no longer exists,and if it no longer exists because it Has been removed then how come six months Or twelve months later when you have that routine checkup the surgeon finds another skin cancer and tells you that it has returned. Did it return,or is it a new skin cancer?
I believe that it is a new one and I will explain why I have that belief. When we get sunburned do we simply get burned on a very small area or do we normally get burned all over. Yet we expect to only have the skin cancer localized to Some small area of our face or body,now that is not logical when You think about it is it? Once the skin cancer is removed it is gone for good because the tissue is no longer there. I was asked the other day, do skin cancer cells come back years later.
I then did some research to confirm my suspicions this article is based on the result of that research and on my own results over the past three and a half years. There are over 10,000,000,000,000 cells in our bodies. The biggest organ in our body is the skin,It covers and protects everything inside the body. Every minute of every day twenty four hours a day three hundred and sixty five and a quarter days of the year,year in year out until we no longer exist, we lose about 30,000 to 40,000 dead skin cells off the surface of our skin.
It takes about 15 days to a month for the skin cells to replace themselves. This you observe when you cut yourself and it heals over within a few weeks. Skin cancers become active at different stages,we are fortunate for that because if they all became active at once we would not survive.. When that happens a new skin cancer becomes active on another part of the body or extremely close to the area where the last one was removed. This is a completely new skin cancer not a continuation of the one that was completely removed either by the surgeon,doctor or other means. If then as I believe this is a new skin cancer then we must treat it as a new skin cancer and not a regeneration of the one that was removed earlier. All the more reason why we need to take control of our own health by maintaining a healthy diet avoiding as much as possible acid forming foods and drinks,and observing our own bodies becoming aware of changes in our skin. I personally now can tell when a skin cancer becomes active on myself.