REMOVE THAT SPOT
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SKIN CLINIC DATES
SUNDAY MARCH 25TH LAFAYETTE SKIN CLINIC WITH DR. SINGLETON
Sunday, MARCH 25th, 2018
9:00 AM to NOON
Still Point Wellness Center
953 Mountain View, Lafayette, CA 94549
SUNDAY MARCH 25th BERKELEY SKIN CLINIC WITH DR. SINGLETON
Sunday, MARCH 25, 2018
2:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Yoga Kula Wellness Center
1700 Shattuck Ave, 2nd Floor, Berkeley, CA 94709
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MONDAY MARCH 26th SF SKIN CLINIC WITH DR. LECOMPTE
Monday, MARCH 26, 2018
11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Integrated Healing Medicine and Wellness
100 Bush Street Suite 201, SanFrancisco CA 94104
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DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WITH A DANGEROUS OR UNSIGHTLY MOLE?
Tell a friend or family member about the Skin Clinic & Free Skin Lesion Evaluations. Let them know that there is a safe and noninvasive way to remove their unwanted or dangerous skin lesions. Don't be shy... SHARING IS CARING.
You could be helping them more then you know.
Appointment With the Doctor to Check Your Spots Are FREE
Only Pay for What You Get Removed
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.
WATCH THIS VIDEO
Watch Dr. Tel-Oren's informative lecture "Skin Lesions and Health: Why, How, and What To Do About It"
YOUR SKIN CHECK CHECKLIST
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 and under the chin the skin between areas like fingers and toes and under toenails.
When to seek help
Make an appointment with and 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.
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 that 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 per cent and the cure rate for other skin cancers detected early is close to 100 per cent.
Use the ABCDE of melanoma detection to check for:
Asymmetry: If the spot is divided in half and the two halves are not a mirror image.
Border: A spot with a spreading or irregular edge.
Colour: A spot with a number of different colours through it.
Diameter: A spot that is growing and changing in diameter or size.
Evolving: A spot that is growing or changing in size shape or color
MEET THE ECOPOLITAN DOCTORS
Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren
Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren, (Dr. T) MD, LN, CCN, DABFM, DACBN, FABDA educates medical professionals and the public world-wide about Nutritional, Environmental & Functional Medicine.
Founder & President: Functional & Dental Health (FDH) Foundation - teaching doctors & the public functional medicine, oral Health, & natural sciences (www.Ecopolitan.com); MARP"I in Israel: www.Functional-Medicine.org Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist & Appointed Professor with the CNCB & IAACN (International & American Assoc of Clinical Nutrition). Board Certified: American Board of Functional Medicine; American Clinical Board of Nutrition; American Boards of Oxidative Medicine/Chelation Therapy; American Board of Disability Analysts. President Emeritus, Dean of Medical Sciences, and Professor of Clinical Nutrition, University of Natural Medicine (www.UniversityNaturalMedicine.org) Founder and Volunteering Director: Everest Learning Academy - a Nepali NGO that nurtures, educates & protects nearly 20,000 Disadvantaged Nepali Children (www.Nepali-Children.org) from child trafficking, by building child-care centers, orphanages, community outreach learning programs, homes for mothers' groups, adult literacy programs and community care centers, in addition to adopting and supporting hundreds of schools.
Dr. Vera Singleton
Graduate of and assisted the Research Chair at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in cutting-edge research of Astragalusâ€™ effect on genetic expression and immunity published in The FASEB Journal. Member of: California Naturopathic Doctor's Association, and the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians. Alumni includes University of Michigan-B.S. in BioPsychology and Wayne State University-Masters in Business Administration.
Dr. Singleton is trained by Dr. T in his method. Dr. Singleton uses the Dr. Tel-Oren revolutionary method to treat and removed unwanted skin growths safely, painlessly and non-surgically
Dr. Denise Gabrielle LeCompte
L.Ac., M.D. Doctor of Integrated Medicine
Dr. Gabrielle LeCompte is a licensed Acupuncturist/Doctor of Oriental Medicine and an MD who practices Integrative Medicine and Bio Energetic Medicine.
Dr. LeCompte is trained by Dr. T in his method. Dr. LeCompte uses the Dr. Tel-Oren revolutionary method to treat and removed unwanted skin growths safely, painlessly and non-surgically.
Proceeds from this clinic go to fund Dr. T's non-profit, Everest Learning Academy in Nepal to provide a quality education for disadvantaged, poor and orphan children.
Did you know that money raised from these skin clinics goes directly to a great cause? The Ecopolitan Eco-Health Community (EEC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which is dedicated to sustainable global care by uplifting distressed communities, providing economic opportunities, and by educating, nurturing and protecting vulnerable children and adults - effectively preventing child trafficking, abuse, sickness, illiteracy, and neglect while creating a model for a safe, healthy global environment that will help future generators thrive.
Currently, EEC is supporting 16, 000 children in Nepal in the Chitawan, Tanahun, Lamjung, Palpa and Gorkha districts. The number is growing daily. The children's education includes technology, mathematics, and computer science. The goal is to support 100, 000 educated children in an environment that is still natural so that they may become role models for healthy and conscious living in today's world.
Check it out HERE: http://www.nepali-children.org