Bioresonance Therapy And Melanoma

Melanoma ABCDE signs. Vector illustration of skin patch with skin cancer

A note from the website owner: This article is written by a doctor outside the UK, Bioresonance is not an accepted therapy for cancer or can be used as a diagnostic tool in some countries. If you suspect you may have cancer then seek the advice of an NHS doctor.
Being diagnosed with cancer may well be one of the most unfortunate events that could occur in a person’s lifetime. Cancer is considered a serious disease and can lead to death, especially when detected at a later stage or when the cancer has spread throughout the body. There are numerous types of cancers that a person can be diagnosed with – some more common than others. Treatment options are available, but is usually mostly effective when cancer is diagnosed early. Melanoma, a term that is used to describe skin cancer, is a relatively common type of cancer. In this post, we will take a look at the symptoms of melanoma, the potential causes and risk factors, and we will consider how Bioresonance therapy can be useful for patients who have been diagnosed with this disease.

Signs Of Melanoma

Early diagnosis of melanoma can cause the treatment plan to be much more successful. The majority of cases where the disease is detected early can be treated successfully; thus knowing what symptoms can be a sign of this particular cancer is vital. It should be noted that the signs of melanoma are often subtle, which makes it important for an individual to how their skin looks, as well as where on their body moles and other abnormalities exist. The first signs that a person is developing melanoma is usually a change in such a mole; thus by frequently analyzing their entire body, especially areas where moles appear, a person would often be able to determine when changes have occurred.

According to Skin Cancer Foundation, particular characteristics to look for when analyzing moles and other marks on the skin include rough edges, as well as an asymmetrical shape. A malignant mole on the skin will also not have a single shade like a benign one, but rather a variety of color shades. In most cases, malignant moles also tend to be larger than benign moles – often larger than 6mm. Furthermore, when a mole is malignant, it will usually develop and grow in size over time.

Risk Factors And Causes Of Melanoma

CancerCare explains that one of the most significant impacts on skin-related cancers is the ultraviolet rays that are expelled from the sun. This is the primary cause of melanoma. In addition to contributing to melanoma, frequent exposure to the ultraviolet rays of the sun also leads to premature aging and many other skin-related problems. This is quite unfortunate to realize, since the sun also helps the body synthesize vitamin D and is, of course, responsible for a tan that so many people are looking for. In addition to the sun being a particular risk factor in melanoma, it should be noted that tanning beds are not a better option for getting a tan, as they also significantly increase the risk of developing skin cancer.

Conventional Treatment Options For Melanoma

Caught in an early stage, treatment for melanoma is usually very successful. The most common method of treatment for melanoma is usually surgery. The cancerous mole is removed through surgery, as well as a small amount of skin that surrounds the mole. Following the removal of the mole, a laboratory analysis is usually required to determine whether cancer cells have spread toward the edges of the part that was removed through surgery. In such a case, the patient may be required to have an additional area removed where the melanoma was found in order to be safe and ensure the cancer does not come back.

It should be noted that, according to the American Cancer Society, when melanoma has spread toward a nearby lymph node, then lymph node dissection may also be required in order to successfully treat the disease. Additional options may also be provided to the patient, such as immunotherapy, targeted therapy and radiation therapy.

Bioresonance Therapy In The Treatment Of Melanoma

Bioresonance therapy is becoming a useful tool to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of melanoma. The technology is quite unique and utilizes the body’s internal electromagnetic vibrations in order to detect any problems that may be present. Numerous stressors present in a patient’s body may be contributing to the development of cancer, and through the use of Bioresonance therapy, these particular stressors can be identified. The device utilized can then be programmed to return a signal to the patient’s body that helps the body heal itself – thus causing the elimination of these stressors and a more harmonious communication between cells. This may be especially useful in cases where a patient is expected to be diagnosed with another melanoma in the future after an initial case was treated, as Bioresonance therapy may assist the patient in understanding what particular stress factors in their body may be contributing to the recurrence of the disease.

Conclusion

Melanoma is a dangerous type of skin cancer that can be fatal should it go undiagnosed. Education about the symptoms and signs of melanoma is crucial for every individual, and may assist with detecting the disease at an early stage; thus increasing the chances for successful treatment. When exposed to a higher number of risk factors, it becomes even more important to learn more about the condition. Conventional treatment options are often effective in treating melanoma when the disease has not yet spread to other parts of the body. The use of Bioresonance therapy can also be favorable to a patient suffering from this disease.

References: 

https://www.skincancer.org/skin-cancer-information/melanoma#panel1-5

https://www.cancercare.org/publications/80-melanoma_causes_and_prevention

https://www.cancer.org/cancer/melanoma-skin-cancer/treating/by-stage.html