Samia Ahmed Kamal

Department of Virology, Animal Health Research Institute, Dokki, Giza, Egypt


  • Research Article   
    Removal of Basal Cell Carcinoma by Apis Mellifera L Venom
    Author(s): Samia Ahmed Kamal*

    Background: Honeybee’s venom is potent anticancer drug without exhibiting any side effects. Skin Basal Cell Carcinoma (SBCC) is a common malignancy. It can cause significant local destructions depending on affected site. The diagnosis of SBCC can be suspected from clinical findings and confirmation of diagnosis histopathology. The present SBCC is recurrent and aggressive in the skin of head (upper right, in front of the right ear); the patient was 65 years old in time of first intervention. Materials and Methods: Following the lesions primarily surgically excised, the malignant growths recurrent and visual recognition occurred after 1 year from first operation, then another (the second) surgical removal of SBCC from affected skin with removal of all skin layers near the affected site but another recurrence visually occurs after about 4 months, in the form of malignant growth in .. Read More»

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