The 3-week Efudex / Fluorouracil Nightmare Is Now Unnecessary!!

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psyched123 Says:


Harvard Medical recently discovered a new treatment regime for AK. This new four-day Harvard Medical protocol is going to save us all from the Efudex & Fluorouracil nightmare:

Adding calcipotriene to 5-FU dramatically reduced AKs

I used this 4-day treatment for AK in Dec '18 and it works!! Save yourself from the 3 week fluorouracil nightmare and do this 4-day treatment instead. I made this Youtube video of my experience with this protocol:

https:/­/­www.youtube.com/­watch?v=PhEFAa9FUFc

The treatment resolves actinic keratosis in only 4 days. No longer is the pain and discomfort of the commonly prescribed 3 week Flouracil necessary to clear your skin of these pre-cancerous lesions.

Mix 5% Fluoroucil and Calcipotriene 50/50 and apply twice per day for four days. Both of these creams can be purchased through prescription. Your doctor has to prescribe Fluorouracil (5-FU), but you can get Calcipotriene on Ebay. {affiliate link added}



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