Skin plagues in the bible as it relates to this article. The worst being leprosy i.e. lack of/destroyed skin pigment aka melanin.
- Deuteronomy 28:27 The LORD will smite thee with the botch of Egypt, and with the emerods, and with the scab, and with the itch, whereof thou canst not be healed.
As the Israelites wake up in the latter days and return to our power Yahawah, the plagues we once experienced as punishment are now being placed on the enemies of the Israelites.
- Deuteronomy 30:7 And the LORD thy God will put all these curses upon thine enemies, and on them that hate thee, which persecuted thee.
Some get it, most don’t. Although it is planned by Esau, who is ultimately control by the Most High, this is a great example of Obadiah 8
- Obadiah 1:8 Shall I not in that day, saith the LORD, even destroy the wise men out of Edom, and understanding out of the mount of Esau?
What is radiation dermatitis?
Radiation therapy is a cancer treatment. It uses X-rays to destroy cancer cells and shrink malignant tumors. Radiation therapy is effective on many different types of cancer.
A common side effect is a skin condition called radiation dermatitis, also known as X-ray dermatitis or radiation burns. Concentrated exposure to radiation causes painful marks on the skin.
These typically occur within the first two weeks of treatment and can last for several years after therapy is completed.
During radiation treatment, concentrated X-ray beams pass through the skin and produce irradiated free radicals. This causes:
- tissue damage
- DNA damage
- inflamed skin (affects both the epidermis and dermis, or outer and inner layers of skin)
As radiation treatment continues, the skin doesn’t have enough time between doses to heal. Eventually, the affected area of skin breaks down. This causes pain, discomfort, and rashes.
General symptoms of radiation burns include:
- pigmentation changes
- fibrosis, or scarring of connective tissue
- development of ulcers
X-ray dermatitis ranges from acute to chronic, and generally develops in four stages of severity. In some rare cases, a person may not develop radiation burns.
The four grades of radiation dermatitis are:
- death of skin cells
Some people are more likely to get radiation dermatitis than others. Risk factors include: