Burns from Radiation

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Burns from Radiation

by peartreesoaps on Tue Feb 17, 2015 02:53 PM

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My wife had breast cancer last year and was severely burnt during the radiation.  Her mom died from leukemia from what they believe was exposure to petroleum.  So everything that was provided to her had petroleum in it.  She tried many different products until she found this combination.   Natural soap and natural body butter.  Within a few weeks her skin was back to soft and very pliable.  

Has anyone found other things that work really well?

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by athens122247 on Thu Feb 19, 2015 12:23 AM

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                     BIAFIN    or    BIAFINE

Recommended by a Radiologist in France, who uses BIAFIN for radiation therapy, she told me to use it for extreme sunburn.

BIAFIN (It) or BIAFINE (Fr)is available OTC, only in Italy and France, for a very reasonable 12 Euros, withouta prescription.  It comes in a box, in a tube about the size of a 6oz tube of toothpaste, and it is truly MIRACULOUS !

Not only does Biafin immediately reduce the burning sensation with an anesthetic, it is also a therapeutic emulsion which helps heal the burned skin.

It is available in the USA, but only with a prescription, and it is a lot more expensive.  Research Biafin on the Internet and ask your physician to prescribe it for your radiation burns.  Too few US physicians are currently aware of Biafin.

IT WORKS !

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by Bonniee on Thu Feb 19, 2015 06:04 AM

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I was severely burnt too. Nipple turned black and looked like a burnt marshmellow. Hopefully soon we will look back on the radiation they give now and call it barbaric. Anyway, I wore a thin t-shirt and sprayed it with a water bottle. It relieved the pain and burning. I also used Aloe Vera gel. Blessings to your wife for a complete recovery and long And happy life. I am out 6years.

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by rankerbill on Thu Feb 19, 2015 03:09 PM

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Avoid all perfumed cleansing products. There is a range available at most supermarkets/paharmacies called "Simple". It worked for me, I was never troubled by radiation burns. Good luck. 

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by desertguy on Thu Feb 19, 2015 10:45 PM

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I had radiation burns. Have dr. Prescribe sonafine topical emulsion. The hospital may Even have a fund where they will pay for it. Contains avocado oil. Google it. Be well.

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by redwards on Sat Feb 21, 2015 03:40 AM

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For Gods sake don't let any Oncoidiot talk anybody into radiation treatments radiation causes cancer Madame Curie died of cancer from "guess what" radiation. When will we ever learn?

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by mmill3z on Wed Mar 11, 2015 11:33 PM

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I had terrible burns but my wife (an esthetitcian) treated me twice daily with "Burn Gel" and healing "PL3" cream from Edimi in Naples, Fl (www.edimi.com).  These products are all natural, created by a Phd biochemist.  She subsequently treated a friend with the same products who had the same radiation treatment as I and our friend had no burns whatsoever.  Can't speak highly enough of these products.  Best,  Mike

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by nat_hu on Tue Mar 17, 2015 12:54 PM

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I read from the forum pages of breastcancer.org that they use the following that were highly effective, so I just ordered several for myself in preparation 5 weeks down the road. They are:

1) Burt's Bee Mama Bees Body Oil and

2) 100% Pure Emu Oil

They are all natural, and these patients swear by it. Hope it works for your wife.

All the very best.

Nat

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by nat_hu on Tue Mar 17, 2015 01:09 PM

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Hello there:

Please do not confuse radiation therapy with being exposed to radioactive material throughout many many years of exposure as in the case of Madame Marie Curie.

Most radiation therapies last 6 weeks uses controlled high-energy radiation to shrink tumors and kill cancer cells (1).X-rays,gamma rays, and charged particles are types of radiation used for cancer treatment.

Madam Curie on the other hand was exposed to different types of radioactive materials of which they discovered 4 very lethal elements: uranium, thorium, radium and polonium which are highly highly toxic and lethal from long exposures.

Please do not cast generalization without understanding the true effects of radiation. If you want to educate yourself further, please go to this link:

http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/treatment/types/radiation

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by redwards on Tue Mar 17, 2015 08:58 PM

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Have you ever looked at the dismal statistics for chemo and radiation? Radiation has a 100% failure rate world wide and chemo has a 97.9% failure rate world wide. Would you buy a car that exploded 97.9% of the time it was driven? Not to mention radiations' stellar performance. What happened to first do no harm? It's all about money. I lost a brother to radiation and chemo and when they had nothing else for his stage 4 brain tumor, I put him on a nutritional program that stopped it in 2 and a half weeks. Of course the Onc was stymied and speechless he didn't want to know how I done it. Unfortunately my bro fell and fractured his skull and died from that.

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