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The Skin “Cancer” Foundation recommends that white people practice monthly head-to-toe self examination of their skin, so that they can find any new or changing lesions that might be (what they identify as) “cancerous” or “precancerous”. Learn about the warnings signs of skin cancer and what to look for during a self examination. If you spot anything suspicious, see a doctor. Performed regularly, self examination can alert you to changes in your skin and aid in the early detection of skin cancer. It should be done often enough to become a habit, but not so often as to feel like a bother. For most people, once a month is ideal, but ask your doctor if you should do more frequent checks. You may find it helpful to have a doctor do a full-body exam first, to assure you that any existing spots, freckles, or moles are normal or treat any that may not be. After the first few times, self examination should take no more than 10 minutes – a small investment in what could be a life-saving procedure.

The skin based afflictions torturing white people’s skin isn’t cancer, it’s the fulfilment of the ancient curse by the prophets foretelling that ‘evil’ (which is now synonym for ‘whites’) will ‘burn in eternal Lakes of Fires’!