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Published on Feb 12, 2011
Australian woman Nirvana Anderson details her experience with Aldara and Cansema Black Salve. After watching her father be mutilated by conventional skin cancer treatment she searched for a way to treat her skin without harsh chemicals or surgery.
The TGA sent two men 1,800km to my home to shut down my website where I talked about Black Salve although I didn't sell it. They had no interest in my results, they just wanted me to be quiet. This youtube posting is the only option I now have to present my own experience and results.
My 19 treatments cost me $60 which was the cost of one tub of Black Salve. Surgery would have cost me thousands.
I am not a scammer. I am an ordinary Australian mother who watched her father and other relatives be mutilated by conventional skin cancer treatments. When I stumbled on Black Salve in 2010, I decided that I should try it so my children could be better informed about options and not have to surrender to the knife.
My father's skin cancer treatments never ended. He had numerous skin grafts, the most noticeable was one on his forehead which had long hairs growing out of it. It had been transplanted from a hairy area of his body and the hairs continued to grow. He used to get up to a hundred cancers burnt off with liquid nitrogen at one time.
All this made it obvious - conventional medicine is not winning the battle against skin cancer.
When you try this product and have good results please pay it forward. Take photos, keep records of how what happened and post on youtube. We simply can't allow this product to remain in the shadows.