Have Routine Mammography Screenings Failed Women?

Posted on 20. Oct, 2016 by in Preventative Health, Thermography

By Karuna Jaggar, Executive Director Breast Cancer Action Around 40,000 individual women die of breast cancer each and every year. Sisters. Mothers. Daughters. Spouses. Friends. For each of these women and their loved ones breast cancer is a personal tragedy. Breast cancer is also a public health crisis and social justice issue. Despite decades of [...]

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Weighing The Risks Of Mammography

Posted on 01. Oct, 2014 by in Thermography

October, as you probably know, is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer prevention is so important and fortunately with the amount of research we currently have, there are several practical steps we can take to work toward prevention. Today, however we are talking about breast cancer detection tools. Roughly 37 million women receive mammograms [...]

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Mammograms vs. Thermograms

Posted on 22. Sep, 2011 by in Preventative Health, Thermography

Excerpt by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny Many women today are concerned about the effects of accumulated radiation from routine mammograms.  That concern is addressed by using thermography which involves no radiation and ultrasound when necessary. People often wonder if a thermogram is better than a mammogram, or if they can get a painless thermogram instead of [...]

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October Supports Breast Cancer Awareness

Posted on 01. Oct, 2010 by in Thermography, Uncategorized

According to the American Cancer Society, women diagnosed with stage one breast disease have a 100% chance of survival.  Yet in the U.S., breast cancer is still the leading cause of cancer death among women between the ages of 20 and 59 and is the leading cause of cancer death for women worldwide. Why?  The [...]

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Keeping Abreast of New Technology

Posted on 24. Sep, 2010 by in Thermography, Uncategorized

BBC – May 19, 2010 By Jerome Burne When Kate Monks found another lump in her breast she decided to turn to the latest technology. An infra-red screening device has proven to be particularly successful at detecting breast abnormalities in younger women. At 42, Kate found the scan far more comfortable and less intrusive than [...]

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