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Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging is growing in popularity as an alternative that complements other breast screening options. No other screening procedure offers what breast thermography can provide: the earliest known detection, individualized risk assessment, under the age of 40 screening, and perhaps a significant role in breast cancer prevention.

cancer_breast_nodesBreast cancers are particularly aggressive in younger women. Statistics indicate that 15% of all breast cancers occur between the ages of 20 and 44 1; however, there are no guidelines for the use of sensitive detection imaging during these years. With the addition of Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (breast thermography), women in this age group have a sensitive procedure that they can add to their regular breast health check-up’s.
Sources: 1) American Cancer Society – Breast Cancer Guidelines and Statistics, 2005




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Image below shows 3 months 6 months 9 months and 12 months – In this case it was cancer.



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Thermal Imaging can find cancer cells as shown below up to 6 years before other screening.






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Another example of early detection.
Like all screening, this only shows a potential problem, further investigation is needed to confirm what it is.





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This is a scan showing normal breast results, no problems are seen here.
However you can see neck strain and tension.



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  • Is a mammogram safe? NO!
  • Screening raises your risk of …cancer.
  • Just four breast films (the usual for one session) expose you to 1 rad (radiation absorbed dose) about 1000 times more than a chest X-ray.
  • Each rad increases a pre-menopausal woman’s cancer risk by 1%, so screening for a decade will have raised your cancer risk by 10%.
  • In addition, if cancer is present, the extreme compression during a mammogram can help cancerous cells to spread
  • (Lancet, 11992; 3440:122).


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