Attention!! Grey nails can bring malignant tumors if left untreated



Gray nails are a common skin disease that many people think does not affect the body, but studies have shown that gray nails contain carcinogens that can bring serious harm such as malignant tumors.

So what cancers can gray nails cause?

  1. Gray nails can produce about 150 different toxins, many of which can be carcinogenic and extremely toxic, such as aflatoxin B1 in mold is dozens of times more toxic than the giant potassium cyanide, gray nails are strong carcinogens.


  1. Gray nails are the cause of some malignant tumors. Trichophyton rubrum, microsporum and flocculent epidermidis are the most common causative agents causing various ringworm diseases in our country. These pathogenic bacteria can easily lead to malignant sarcomas, breast tumors, leukemia or lung tumors, etc.

3. The danger of gray nails is that they are not only contagious and harmful to skin tissues, but they can also invade the internal organs of the body and even lead to death


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Written by Debra Strauss

Debra, a culinary mother, is a three-child mother who graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a bachelor's degree in economics and Chinese.

Debra loves living and sharing and is currently working full-time on article writing.