HPV BCR” method invented by Dr. Arani eradicated 9-years-old case of complicated genital and anal warts
May 15th, 11:10 AM EDT
Dr. Siavash Arani, M.D, completely eradicates and reconstructs disabling 9-years-old case of complicated HPV tumor as genital and anal warts without needing any skin graft using BCR™ method
May 15, 2020 —
Dr. Siavash Arani M.D is one of the pioneers on the treatment of HPV related tumor and genital anal warts. He developed his BCR™ method in 2007 to overcome this condition without recurrences on the same treated warts. The invention has gained global recognition over the years and was recently used in eradicating and reconstructing disabling 9 years old case of complicated genital and anal warts without needing any skin graft.
“No human wants to have unwanted growth on the most sensitive part of their body especially when the major reason can be that it could be something passed to them by their partners”, said Dr. Arani.
Human papillomavirus also known as HPV is the commonest type of sexually transmitted disease, infecting around 80 Million Americans currently. A major complication and manifestation of HPV is genital warts, anal warts, or oropharyngeal lesions. There are multiple treatment technologies available to patients like cryotherapy, laser, and topical treatment. However, a common shortfall of the aforementioned methods is the reoccurrence of the treated HPV warts.
BCR™ is a procedure of removing HPV infected layers of cells with the assistance of a microscope as opposed to other methods that destroy visible warts. The effective and distinctive features of his method made him gain the very first position on the list of top 10 academic and non-academic institutions in the U.S. by Newsmax. However, the method was put to a serious test when the patient visited him from the San Francisco Bay area. The business owner had to take up to 6 showers per day due to her severe case of genital anal warts, as they constantly bled and got infected with foul-smelling, and related dead tissues were falling off her HPV growth.
According to the patient, she has been treated by different doctors through “Kaiser Permanente”. However, her condition was worsening over time, leading her to sell her business and eventually traveled to Southern California to get the treatment from the man who is well known in the US and the world to do near miracle work treating and reconstructing complicated HPV venereal warts.
Like many other cases treated by Dr. Arani, his new client had a disfigured anatomical configuration of the genital and anal structure. Dr. Arani introduced his client to BCR™ in a bid to rescue her near hopeless situation. After 2 days of treatment and the removal of the HPV infected area, she traveled back to her base for wound healing and recovery, and finally fully recovered with a spectacular outcome. The result was so natural in just 2 months after surgery that her doctor told her that she probably had skin graft in Los Angeles which was not the case . The turnaround was massive and she got back her life after 9 years of suffering.
“Your first shot is your best shot while treating genital/anal warts. It is imperative that you choose the right institution, physician, and method to minimize recurrence, worsening, and scar development. Make sure to ask your physician to examine you for evidence of HPV infection when getting tested for sexually transmitted disease,” said Dr. Arani.
Dr. Arani believes in getting the right treatment at the right time, which is a question of quality life with a healthy and steady body.
For more information about Dr. Arani and the solutions offered by the Dr. Arani Medical Center, please visit – www.wartsclinic.com.
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