Obviously, consult your dermatologist first. In my personal experience, Aldara has had positive results for my BCC and was on a plan once a good "reaction" started from the cream, usually 1xdaily for a week, then 3x weekly, for about 2 or 3 months. I guess, when the Aldara doesn't maintain a positive effect (red and somewhat sore on the BCC site, then the treatment is probably over. Even though I thought it was much better after one month, I kept up the treatment. I am currently undergoing such treatment for BCC and will probably stop in a couple of weeks, which will be 3 months for me. Hope this helps...
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