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Skin-Cancer Types

Merkel Cell Carcinoma and its Best Treatment

Merkel Cell Carcinoma is a rare cancer that affects the skin. It's more common in men than women and can occur at any age, but it's most common after the age of 50. It can also affect children, but that's rare.

Merkel Cell Carcinoma usually starts on the head or neck and then spreads to other parts of the body. You might notice some changes to your skin before you see any other symptoms: small red bumps that are flat or lumpy (not raised) on your skin, scars or new moles that look different from other moles you have, or wounds that don't heal properly. These changes may be accompanied by itching or burning sensations in the area where they appear.

How common is Merkel cell carcinoma?

Merkel cell carcinoma is a rare form of skin cancer. Around 3,000 Americans are diagnosed with it each year, but the number of people who receive a Merkel cell carcinoma diagnosis is steadily increasing. The number of cases of this cancer may have increased because doctors have developed better tests to detect it.

What causes Merkel cell carcinoma?

UV rays from the sun or tanning beds cause most types of skin cancer, including Merkel cell carcinoma. These rays damage biochemical machinary of skin cells. There are also many other risk factors that can increase your chance of developing Merkel cell carcinoma, including:

● Having a weakened immune system

Previous skin cancer diagnosis

● Having received radiation therapy for another cancer

What are the Possible Complications of Merkel Cell Carcinoma?

The main complication of Merkel cell carcinoma is that the cancer cells may spread to other parts of your body. This can happen through either direct extension or by metastasis. The direct extension is when the cancerous cells spread from their original location to another area within your body. Metastasis refers to when the cells move through your lymphatic system and then into another part of your body, such as the lungs or brain (this can be very serious!).

A Revolutionary Merkel Cell Carcinoma Treatment:

GEIPE or 'Gentle Electrotherapy to Inhibit a Pivotal Enzyme' therapy is a non-toxic, non-surgical and scientific method of treating Merkel Cell Carcinoma. The GEIPE device is portable and can be used at home with a little supervision. It uses gentle electric current to block the enzyme that causes cancerous cells to grow. This revolutionary method to treat Merkel Cell Carcinoma is effective without any side-effects, which makes it an attractive non-surgical alternative to chemotherapy and radiation therapy.

This Merkel Cell Carcinoma treatment is very affordable, in fact too affordable to be offered by cancer hospitals. Please Contact Us today for more information about this ground-breaking Merkel Cell Carcinoma treatment.

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Note: Our GEIPE device is best suited to non-surgically treat visible or palpable tumors like oral cancers (tongue, mouth, palate, lip, neck, throat, buccal mucosa), facial cancers (chin, nose, cheek, head, temple), Merkel cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma, (all skin cancers) some breast cancers and lymphoma. Also, fast-growing prostate cancers.