What Types of Evaluations are Done With Infrared Imaging?

Infrared Imaging is the test of choice for monitoring breast health and changes associated with breast disease. Other areas of the body are evaluated for changes in thermal or temperature patterns and vascular or blood vessels changes. Areas of chronic pain, inflammation, wound healing or disease can be evaluated thermographically to assist the physician with a diagnosis […]

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Report: More Colon Testing Leads to 30% Drop in Cancer Rates

The rate at which people are diagnosed with colon cancer in the US has dropped 30% in the last 10 years for those aged 50 years and older, according to a new report from the American Cancer Society. Researchers credit the drop to more people getting recommended screening tests. Screening is the process of looking […]

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Another Mammography Study Finds They Don’t Save Lives

There are already more than enough reasons for ‘pink’ to make you see red, not the least of which is the notion that exposing the healthy breasts of asymptomatic women to breast-cancer causing x-ray radiation for ‘early detection’ is the best form of ‘prevention.’ But now, adding to the growing awareness that mammograms don’t make […]

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Yoga Can Lower Fatigue, Inflammation In Breast Cancer Survivors

Practicing yoga for as little as three months can reduce fatigue and lower inflammation in breast cancer survivors, according to new research. The more the women in the study practiced yoga, the better their results. At the six-month point of the study — three months after the formal yoga practice had ended — results showed […]

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Gaea Powell on Safer Breast Cancer Screening

Breast cancer is the leading cause of death among American women between the age of 40-55, and the high prevalence has spawned a very lucrative industry; from mammography and other dangerous or invasive testing methods, to “preventive” double mastectomies and cancer drugs. Much effort is placed on trying to detect cancer at an earlier stage. […]

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