Why Thermography?

 

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer among women. Most patients with this diagnosis have likely had the cancerous mass for 5 to 10 years before the diagnosis. Cancers can easily be felt in the breast when they reach the size of approximately 1 cm. A lump of this size contains one billion cells, which is the result of 30 doublings of a single cancer cell. Assuming that a breast lump grows at a doubling time of 100 days, it would take approximately 10 years to reach a point where it could be felt.

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Breast Thermology

Breast Thermology

“Medical thermology [can] provide the earliest objective indication of breast cancer, often years prior to structural-based diagnostic imaging, such as X-ray mammography and ultrasound.”

– Thermascan Reference Laboratory

Dr. Andrew Belice

 

“Over the last 20 years, I have seen firsthand how cancer affects patients and their families. I do see the need for early detection; however, I also feel we should be cautious about over exposure. That is why I feel thermography is the best choice for breast health. Thermography may detect cancers up to 8 years prior to x-ray mammography and there is zero x-ray exposure with infrared imaging.”

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