April 22, 2014 by Loren Bonner , DOTmed News Online Editor Arizona became the fifteenth state to require physicians to inform women if they have dense breasts along with the possible risks that can be present. After legislation was introduced at the request of a diagnostic radiologist in Arizona, and went through the procedural votes […]
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By PEGGY ORENSTEIN Published: April 25, 2013 NYtimes.com So when the radiologist found an odd, bicycle-spoke-like pattern on the film — not even a lump — and sent me for a biopsy, I wasn’t worried. After all, who got breast cancer at 35? It turns out I did. Recalling the fear, confusion, anger and grief […]
The recent plethora of articles reporting a study published that compares a certain type of infrared imaging for breast cancer with mammography has been taken out of context and perspective by some journalists and by certain self interest groups within the medical profession. The ‘No touch breast scan’ product was tested alongside mammography for the […]
EVALUATION OF THE ABILITY OF DIGITAL INFRARED IMAGING TO DETECT VASCULAR CHANGES IN EXPERIMENTAL ...
Int. J. Cancer: 108, 790–794 (2004) © 2003 Wiley-Liss, Inc. Publication of the International Union Against Cancer Infrared imaging has frequently been used in the past to detect changes in skin surface temperature associated with breast cancer. Usually a 1–2° C elevation in skin surfacet em-perature is observed at the tumour periphery, and it has […]
Posted By Dr. Mercola | February 14 2011 By Dr. Mercola Posted at: www.foodconsumer.org According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, 200,000 new cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed each year in the US, making it three times more common than other gynecological cancers. Breast cancer will claim the lives of 40,000 people this […]
Main Category: Breast Cancer Also Included In: Immune System / Vaccines; Stem Cell Research Article Date: 17 Dec 2010 – 1:00 PST It took 12 years and a creation of a highly sophisticated transgenic mouse, but researchers at Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson have finally proven a long suspected theory: Inflammation in the breast is […]