moles and skin tags

Tom C. cigolott at nbnet.nb.ca
Tue Feb 27 17:23:14 EST 1996


In message <eboyd.206.003E6F2C at library.uwaterloo.ca> -
eboyd at library.uwaterloo.
ca (Eric Boyd) writes:
}
}Some research suggests that a large percentage of the population has
had 
}cancerous growths successfully stopped by natural body processes. Is
there 
}any research that points to a mole or a skin tag as being a tumour that
has 
}grown in the skin and then been stopped by some mechanism?
}
}Eric
}eboyd at library.uwaterloo.ca

makes a tad of sense, since there is overgrowth and all of a sudden it
stops. The really big question is why it happens in the first place ? Is
it a weak period in a person's body? maybe a wake up call....

The other question is whether anybody has ever looked at these things
and of course what was seen. I'd be willing to volunteer to have some
removed to see what is going on.

regards
tom c.





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