Reversed in 4-12 months
Initial Scan Grade 3
( upper half of image) shows asymmetrical heat patterns in the left
outer quadrant of the left breast, being more than 2 degrees
warmer than the cooler right side shown in green.
The follow up scan 4 months later
(lower half of image) has reverted back to a Grade 1 Normal Scan after
following the Proactive Breast WellnessTM program which includes an Anti-Estrogenic/Alkaline Based Diet, Nutritional
Supplements which decrease estrogen dominance, Lifestyle Changes and
Hormone Balancing and use of Bio-Identical Progesterone topically.
scans have the potential to pick up inflammatory changes in the breast
months to possibly 3-6 years prior to lump formation while there is
still time for women to balance their hormones, make dietary and
lifestyle changes. These changes may possibly alter the
inflammatory process from progressing to breast disease. Most breast
cancers take 10-12 years to grow to a size that the lump may be felt.
Since all breast cancer is an inflammatory process, Infrared is able to
detect subtle changes in heat patterns early which makes it the best
risk assessment screening tool for breast cancer that medicine has
available at the moment. Infrared is an adjunctive approach for
monitoring physiology and functional changes in the tissues where
mammograms and ultrasounds are looking at structural changes and masses
in the tissue. Infrared may be used alongside the other current
diagnostic tools to target and follow fast growing cancers or for
safely following cancer survivors. Recent state of the art
technological advances in the software and camera systems during the
past four years have greatly improved the data from this mode of
physiological testing. The camera being used at the office of Infrared
Breast Health allows you to see temperature variations as small as 0.08
degrees Celsius with real time image acquisitions.
According to an article in IEEE Engineering in Medicine and
Biology (2002) that studied 58,000 women, who had an abnormal grade TH3
asymmetrical image of their breasts (ie 1,245 women), but had normal
physical exams, mammograms, ultrasounds, and biopsy. Of these women, 44%
were diagnosed with breast cancer within five years! Ninety percent of patients with
a TH4 or TH5 had a diagnosis of cancer made on their first visit.
Another Article from The American Journal of Surgery, October 2008, did a study at Cornell Medical School with the same camera our center uses. They found infrared to have a 97% sensitivity and identified 58 of the 60 cancers.
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