Archive for Author: Thermography Centers of Fairfax

The Benefits And Harms Of Breast Cancer Screening: An Independent Review

Whether breast cancer screening does more harm than good has been debated extensively. The main questions are how large the benefit of screening is in terms of reduced breast cancer mortality and how substantial the harm is in terms of overdiagnosis, which is defined as cancers detected at screening...

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Rebuttle to No-Touch Study ~ Misleading Media About Thermography

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...

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Breast Thermography Is A Noninvasive Prognostic Procedure That Predicts Tumor Growth Rate In Breast Cancer Patients

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 for the breast cancer patient. This study included 100 normal patients, 100 living cancer patients, and 126...

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Manufacturing Controversy: CBC’s Thermography Story – Who’s Deceiving Who?

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 the only clinic in the province...

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Cold Stressing Breasts And Why Don’t We Do It Anymore And The Thermal Rating System

Cold stress testing of the breast was performed on the assumption that thermography would identify angiogenesis and that angiogenesis could be correlated with the development and existence of breast cancer. This can be possible if a number of factors are present but there are too many variables that we...

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