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Reminder - Skin Lecture and Clinic 8/7 & 8/8

Felice Bassuk

Hello Grovers--

Wanted to remind you about the special events coming up next week! Could make you feel better or even save your life (or a loved one's life)!

Join us for a lecture on Skin and Gut Health Monday evening, and a Skin Lesion Removal Clinic Tuesday morning. Details below…

Lecture: “Skin and Gut Health: Stopping the Cancer Epidemic”

Monday, August 7, 2017 7:00-8:30 PM
Oak Park Public Library, 834 Lake St, Oak Park IL

Renown holistic physician Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren, MD, speaker, professor, inventor, will discuss:

• How to detect cancer safely and accurately, at an early, easily reversible stage
• How dermatitis, eczema, acne, gastro-enteritis, and inflamed gut affect cancer
• Methods to maximize your skin’s integrity and longevity
• The grave risks of biopsies and colonoscopies, and much better options
• How to eliminate the risk of skin cancer, colon cancer, and other cancers
…and much more


Skin Lesion Removal Clinic

Tuesday, August 8, 2017 9 am – 12 noon
Acupuncture POINTS, 1105 Holley Court, Oak Park IL

Have your unsightly or dangerous spots removed!

Dr. T will evaluate (free) and if needed will safely remove moles, tags, growths, red spots, and minor cancerous lesions.

No cutting, stitching, burning, or freezing, with their risk of infection and scars.
Usually requires a single treatment (a few minutes). No charge for re-treatment.
Dr. T and his associates have used the method successfully for 28 years worldwide on more than 150,000 patients.

To book your skin clinic appointment, click here:

Or contact me:
Felice Bassuk, Chicago Area Coordinator
[email protected]

For more info:


Skin Cancer… If you can SPOT IT, you can STOP IT!

If caught early, skin cancer can be successfully treated so checking your skin regularly is vital.
The cure rate for melanoma treated in its early stages is over 90 per cent,
and the cure rate for other skin cancers detected early is close to 100 per cent.”

SKIN CLINIC – August 8th

Do you have a friend who has something unsightly or 
potentially dangerous?
Invite them to get it checked.

Appointments with the Doctor to check your spots are FREE
*Free Skin Lesion Exams*

Tuesday, August 8, 2017
9:00 AM to 12 NOON
1105 Holley Court
Oak Park, IL


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If caught early, skin cancer can be successfully treated,
so checking your skin regularly is vital.

Where to look
To ensure your skin check is thorough, undress completely and stand in a good light. As you examine your skin, keep a record of the date and anything of note.

Check: your torso (front, back and sides) arms, hands, palms and fingers, buttocks, legs and feet (including the soles), head, shoulders, scalp, neck and ears, face, including nose, lips, under the chin, and the skin between areas like fingers and toes and under toenails.

When to seek help 
Make an appointment with an Ecopolitan Doctor if you notice: itching, flaking, bleeding, crusting, weeping, or ulceration of any spots since you last checked; new spots that are dry and scaly, pearly, pale red, black or dark brown, lumpy, or have uneven or smudgy outlines; freckles, birthmarks, or moles that have changed shape, size, or color (including darkening, lightening, or simply a variation or irregularity in pigmentation); a sore that doesn’t heal.

Early detection
The most dangerous skin cancer, melanoma, may appear brown, black red, pinkish, or flesh-toned and have asymmetric or smudgy borders. It’s often curable if found early before it has grown deeper into the dermis of the skin and spread. Squamous cell carcinoma often presents as a thickened, scaly spot which grows over some months and may later bleed or ulcerate, while basal cell carcinoma, the most common but least dangerous form of skin cancer, is usually a small lumpy or scaly area of skin that appears red, pale or pearly. As it grows it may become ulcerated.

Remember: Quick detection is critical to stopping a small skin cancer from spreading to other parts of your body.

The cure rate for melanoma treated in its early stages is over 90%, and the cure rate for other skin cancers detected early is close to 100%.

Use the ABCD of melanoma detection to check for:

· Asymmetry: If the spot or lesion is divided in half, the two halves are not a mirror image.
· Border: A spot with a spreading or irregular edge.
· Color: A spot with a number of different colors through it.
· Diameter: A spot that is growing and changing in diameter or size.

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