Written by Tom Seymour Reviewed by Christina Chun, MPH Medical News Today www.medicalnewstoday.com Breast thermography is a non-invasive and painless test, with no radiation involved. It can detect and monitor early warning signs of breast cancer. This type of breast cancer screening is particularly useful for people under the age of 50. This is because […]
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By Darcy Fitzpatrick Post at: SignalBlog.ca Posted on: Tuesday, December 18th, 2012 A few weeks ago in late November, CBC’s Here and Now presented an investigative report on thermography. Sort of. It wasn’t really about thermography. I mean, they didn’t look into thermography in any great detail. What they did instead was focus in on […]
Tuesday, December 11, 2012 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer By Natural News (NaturalNews) The forces of evil are currently running wild in Canada, where the government-run healthcare machine and the mainstream media are currently engaged in a vicious assault on the safe and effective breast cancer screening tool known as thermography. A recent “investigative” […]
Why Mammography cannot be compared with breast thermography. Author: Dr. Hillary Smith I have recently seen the media go crazy with a study that was done at Bryn Mawr Hospital comparing mammography and thermography for breast cancer detection. The thermal images in the study failed to impress those conducting the study. And so we see […]
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 […]
The benefits of DITI do vary between age and risk groups. With the pre mammogram age group (under 50) the benefits of screening to detect any findings or changes that justify additional testing or closer monitoring are simple. With any positive DITI findings in this younger age group, any mammogram and ultrasound sensitivity and specificity will be increased with 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 […]
Breast Thermography is a Noninvasive Prognostic Procedure that Predicts Tumor Growth Rate in Brea...
Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1993 Nov 30;698:153-8. Head JF, Wang F, Elliott RL. Source Elliott Mastology Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70816. Abstract Our recent retrospective analysis of the clinical records of patients who had breast thermography demonstrated that an abnormal thermogram was associated with an increased risk of breast cancer and a poorer prognosis […]
Mammograms & Thermography — Panel’s recommendation has merit. The two techniques look at different things. Thermography looks at abnormal blood vessel formation, which is an early event in the life of a cancer. Mammography looks at masses (1 centimeter or larger) and calcification patterns, which are later developments. Each has reliability in the recent literature […]
Women Receive “Good News” on Mammography Screening But Is it Really Good News? Women Have A Safe Alternative to Mammograms to Maintain Annual Screenings For immediate release from the American College of Clinical Thermology. Women of all ages received good news with the recent revision of the government recommendations for screening mammography. The US Department […]
Sunday, November 22, 2009 The Record Alternative to mammograms In view of the recent U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommendations concerning new guidelines for having mammograms, some vital information for women needs to be presented. The new guidelines are for the general population, not those at high risk of breast cancer because of family history […]