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03/01/03 01:11
BarryO

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03/01/03 01:11
BarryO

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there is a good limpoma website called Lipoma Forum at www.lipomaforum.com

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05/11/04 02:11
darek

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05/11/04 02:11
darek

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lipoma cure

Hi
Lipomas are benign tumors composed of mature fat cells. They are the most common benign mesenchymal tumor. To prevent them from occuring you need to cleanse the liver bile ducts from all stones. You need enough bile to ensure normal digestion and matabolism of fat. The extra fat cells are needed to trap toxins that the liver is no longer able to remove from the blood. To cleanse the liver follow the directions provided in The Amazing Liver Cleanse, www.authorhouse.com. Also, you need to make some major alterations to your diet and lifestyle (see The Key to Health and Rejuveantion, also from authorhouse.com). Eating of fats associated with flesh foods should be avoided.

Andreas
www.curezone.com

05/12/04 02:56
Stage one

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05/12/04 02:56
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Where o~sq~ Wen

I have had two "wen"s; one at age 14 and another at
age 20. None in the last 40 years. No changes in diet;
no changes in activities. Fat tumors happen; and, they
are benign. (Cheesey in the interior: always best to
have nomas checked.)One was on my left rear shoulder;
the second was on my left bicep. They tended to bleed
during athletic contest contacts and were removed for
that reason; biopsies were S.O.P. and results were benign.
Appearance: raised "dome-shaped" object, pain-less, vascular, non-malignant." See a dermatologist if you have a concern.

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