Anyway, World News tonight with Diane Sawyer did a story on Aspirin helping to prevent both Melanoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Are you serious? They say you need to take a small dose, daily, for three years before you see the benefits, but most of us take a baby aspirin anyway, don't we? I do, at my doctor's suggestion. But that just started two years ago. In fact, while I was going through the Melanoma cancer incident, it was found that I have a very minor heart issue, so was told to start taking the aspirin.
Now, here comes the upsetting pictures:
|This is just after the "Mohs" surgery removing the Melanoma|
|This is 3 weeks after skin graft surgery. They grafted skin from my upper thigh.|
|This is after Mohs surgery on my scalp to remove Squamous Cell Carcinoma|
|And this was a couples weeks later. Now I have a nice bald spot.|