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Dr. Pankaj Naram Highlights New Skin Cancer Research

Dr. Pankaj Naram
Posted on: 27 Oct 16

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NEW YORK, Oct. 27, 2016

NEW YORK, Oct. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- A new study by researchers in Israel might be the breakthrough that skin cancer experts have been waiting for. Dr. Pankaj Naram highlights results of studies like this for educational purposes, so that those with an interest in this topic can better educate themselves about skin cancer and its treatment. A team of doctors at Tel Aviv University say they have found the mechanism that allows dangerous forms of skin cancer to spread throughout the rest of the body.

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If their results are able to be duplicated and built upon, this news could be the most important breakthrough in skin cancer in 50 years. By identifying the way that the human body allows skin cancer to spread, the experts say that various drugs could be introduced soon after detection that might be able to stop the cancer in its tracks.

As a rule of thumb, melanoma that has begun to spread leads to death in about 80 percent of all cases after five years. With early detection and treatment, that survival rate jumps to 98 percent. Dr. Pankaj Naram points out that the new research claims to be able to spot dangerous skin cancers earlier than western medicine has been able to do ever before. That could mean a drastic boost in survival rates for those who suffer from metastasized melanoma.

While there are dangerous types of skin cancer that can spread throughout the body, the majority of cancers of the skin are easily treated and do not lead to more serious health problems.

Master Healer Dr. Pankaj Naram also says that there are many natural ways to help boost the body's ability to prevent and recover from the underlying causes of cancer. Dr. Pankaj Naram is a world-renowned expert in pulse healing and the treatment of numerous physical and mental challenges. Dr. Pankaj Naram says he learned from a master that lived to be 125 years of age, and entrusted him with the ancient healing secrets of a lineage that goes back more than 2,500 years. In this lineage, each master recorded and captured remedies for conditions like asthma, skin problems, blood pressure, diabetes, hair growth, fertility, weight loss, Parkinsons, kidney problems, and even cancer. He notes that more research needs to be done in the important area of cancers of the skin. Because the survival rate from metastasized melanoma is under 20 percent after just five years, prevention is the key, experts say. 

The current state of research, according to Dr. Naram, is advancing on a regular basis. Whether there will be a cure for dangerous types of skin cancer is not certain according to western medicine, but the results of the study done by the Israeli doctors and the work that Dr. Pankaj Naram is doing are already quite impressive. The key to fighting skin cancer's spread, according to the research team members, is early detection. This new revelation might mean that even pernicious cancers of the skin, like melanoma, could be stopped completely if they could be caught early enough. According to Dr. Pankaj Naram there are also many other ancient secrets for how to prevent cancer from appearing in the first place, including certain foods, diet, herbal remedies, and home remedies that his ancient masters knew helped to nourish, detoxify, and balance the body so it can work at its optimal levels.

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Last updated on: 27/10/2016

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