Archive for Month: July

Think Beyond Pink – Thermography Provides Time for Early Intervention Strategies

Dr. Peter Leando has worked in the thermography industry for over 20 years. He shares with us the evolution of thermography and how it provides opportunities for early intervention. Women are looking for choices for protecting their breast health, so they will appreciate his candid information about what to...

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Breast Density Inform Inconsistency Delivers Confusion

We have reached the tipping point. We have reached the tipping point. By population, over fifty percent of American women now live in states that require breast density information be provided to them in the letter they receive after their mammogram. Nineteen states have now enacted some variation of...

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The Scary Thing Sugar Does To Your Breasts

New research finds a link between the sweet stuff and an important breast cancer risk factor The claim: Drinking just three sugar-sweetened beverages a week could make your breasts more dense, increasing your risk for breast cancer, according to a study published in the journal BMC Public Health. The research: 776 premenopausal...

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IUD May Carry Higher Risk for Breast Cancer in Certain Women

Modern contraceptives have radically changed women’s lives, but they are not risk free. A new study out of the journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology finds the levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system (LNG-IUS) or progesterone-releasing IUD, may be associated with a higher than expected incidence of breast cancer. This form of IUD was originally developed...

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From the ED: Breast Cancer Mammograms: Overrated – and Over-Diagnosing Women

How will we ever hope to make desperately needed progress in the breast cancer epidemic when the mainstream breast cancer movement continues to push an outdated and scientifically debunked agenda? The evidence has been mounting that the time has come to radically re-think the tenets of the breast cancer...

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