How was Curaderm BEC5 tested?

BEC (Solasodine Glycosides – the anti-cancer agent in Curaderm BEC5) has been tested over a twenty five years period unlike other treatments.  This testing involved basic research, pre-clinical and clinical research done by Dr Cham (the inventor).

His research established that BEC, at lower concentrations like that were present in an eggplant and put into a cream formulation known as Curaderm BEC5, was an effective for treating non melanoma skin cancers(1).

The Solasodine Glycoalkaloids in BEC are currently undergoing trials in humans suffering from terminal internal cancers.

If you are interested in learning more about Curaderm and how it was tested, we recommend signing up for a Free copy of Dr Cham’s (the Inventor of Curaderm) e-Book “The Eggplant Cancer Cure”.  Click here (

The chapters covered in the book are: –

  • Different Types of Skin Cancer
  • What Causes Skin Cancer
Previous Accepted Treatments
Skin Cancer Prevention
  • Research
Phase I Clinical Trials
Phase II Clinical Trials
  • Results of Phase II Clinical Trials with BEC
  • Phase III Clinical Trials
Phase IV or Post-Marketing Studies
  • Comparative Available Treatment Regime vs. Curaderm BEC5 
Recommended Curaderm BEC5 Treatment Procedure

The Eggplant Cancer Cure - Book Cover

Other useful links: –
How to buy Curaderm?
How long will treatment with Curaderm take?
How do I apply Curaderm? 

(1)Punjabi, S., Cook, I., Kersey, P., Marks, R., Finlay, A., Sharpe, G. et al. (2000). A double blind, multi-centre parallel group study of BEC-5 cream in basal cell carcinoma. Eur. Acad.
Dermatol. Venereol. 14 (Suppl). 47-60.