Aug 28, 2019 · Vulvar cancer affects the outer part of the female genitals, the vulva, but it can also spread to the inner part of labia majora or the labia minora. The type of cancer affecting this area — squamous cell carcinoma ( the most common), adenocarcinoma, or melanoma — determines the symptoms a woman will experience. This is the second most common form of skin cancer. Like melanoma and merkel cancers, it will spread if left untreated. However, the survival rate is 95 percent if found early. Here are signs of squamous cell growth: A scab-like or scaly area. An area that’s red, raised, and firm. An ulcerated sore that won’t close and heal.
Back in the 1930’s, a man named Royal Rife (an inventor) invented a machine that aimed frequencies at cancer cells. Somehow, he figured out that each type of cancer has a different frequency. And, by subjecting the cancer cells to a frequency that was harmful to them, they would explode and die (sizzle… sizzle).