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Posted: Updated: launches campaign to educate Australians on the danger that is skin cancer.

Chirn Park, Queensland, Australia – January 18, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

According to industry statistics, over 750,000 Australians are treated for skin cancer annually, equaling over 2,000 people each day. Furthermore, approximately 2,000 of these people will die from skin cancer each year. With these alarming statistics in mind, D Michael Cruise, spokesperson for has announced their campaign to inform and educate readers about the hazards, treatments available and signs of skin cancer on face and other parts of the body for these forms of cancers.

Says Cruise, “An increasing number of residents are concerned about cancer melanoma skin issues, squamous cell carcinomas and basal cell carcinomas. Furthermore, they are also worried about surgical treatments and the subsequent scarring they leave behind. What our website aims to inform people about is multiple surgery free treatments, including natural remedies they can easily prepare at home for clinically proven results of non-melanoma skin cancers. With these methods, they will be able to avoid scarring and potentially save thousands of dollars on medical bills by utilizing all the resources that have been prepared on this not for profit website.”

Skin cancer related costs already tax the health care system to the tune of $300 million annually over the costs ten years ago. As the highest cost of all types of cancers, it is recently been calculated that as recently as 2010, the complete cost of non-melanoma skin cancers alone was over $512 million. Cruise elaborates, saying, “With so much money going to the doctors and health care industry, people would be wise to consider alternative treatments. No, we’re not suggesting you bypass your doctor altogether, as finding a competent skin cancer specialist is critical to ensuring the ongoing health of your skin. However, it just makes sense to pursue natural alternative treatments, in addition to visiting your doctor.”

Australia experiences one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world, and residents of the area are four times more likely to acquire a common skin cancer than any other type of cancer. With that in mind, Cruise says, ” It’s important for patients to get the facts about melanoma skin cancer. For example, many people don’t know a leading Australian medical research facility used a common garden weed found in North America, Europe, northern Africa, west Asia, Australia & New Zealand to conduct clinical trials on human patients. The results were an amazing with an 85% success rate in treating Basal Cell Carcinomas and Squamous Cell Carcinomas. Excellent cosmetic results were also reported in all cases of successful treatment, in other words, minimal to no scarring. This is good news to Australians and people all over the world fighting skin cancers.”

About offers hope to those afflicted with skin cancer with a goal to inform and educate others on the treatment of skin cancer. Realizing the prevention is always better than the cure, the author encourages citizens of Australia and others around the world to utilize his book and information to fight the hazard that is skin cancer.

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