The utilization of thermal imaging in the evaluation of the human breast has been for the past two decades a highly effective form of screening for breast cancer and other breast diseases. The procedure, however, is not without controversy and a continuing debate concerning the competitive paradox with mammography as the gold standard in breast
This report is courtesy of The Natural Medicine Journal. More than 50 years have passed since the hypothesis of thermography in breast imaging was proposed. During this time, thermography has gone from a legitimate, promising technology to one relegated to the shadows outside conventional medicine. While thermography is not well evidenced for use as a
Story and photo courtesy of The Rochester Beacon Satish Kandlikar is committed to the collective fight against breast cancer. The Gleason Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology launched Bired Imaging roughly a month ago, which uses thermography and a proprietary algorithm to detect tumors in breasts. Targeted as a complement to mammography,
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