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medical breast thermography and breast cancer awareness.

6 Reasons to Consider for Breast Thermography

In addition to early detection and accurate test results, here are six other reasons to why you should consider breast thermography: Good for young, dense breasts and implants. Younger breasts tend to be denser. Thermography doesn’t identify fibrocystic tissue, breast implants, or scars as needing further investigation.  Detect cell changes in arm pit area. The arm

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The Body Doppler with Derreth Painter, ACCT Thermographer

Derreth Painter, ACCT Thermographer is interviewed on the Dr. Tom Roselle Live! radio program on WMAL 105.9 FM and AM 630. Dr. Tom Roselle, DC and Derreth Painter, ACCT Thermographer, discuss medical digital infrared thermal imaging, including clinical uses of thermography with pathogenesis and diagnosis in the vascular, muscular, neural and skeletal systems.    

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Breast Rashes: Which Symptoms Suggest Inflammatory Breast Cancer?

Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC) Breast rashes have a habit of attracting attention. The skin may react to a number of triggers with redness, swelling, itching, pain, roughness, or other symptoms. Many different factors can cause rashes, ranging from harmless to serious. Sometimes, the cause of a rash is clear, such as exposure to poison ivy

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Glucose Receptor in Ovarian Cancer Links to Metabolism

A new study of non-diabetic women with ovarian cancer reveals a potential correlation and area for further study regarding the expression of the GLUT1 glucose transporter receptor at the cancer tissue level. GLUT1 is a receptor protein involved in the absorption of glucose, or sugar, in the bloodstream and across membranes in the body. Physiologically,

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Social Isolation May Lead to Poor Survival Rates In Breast Cancer Patients

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer, affecting women worldwide. Although the survival rate is very high when the disease is discovered early, new research suggests that having a large social network might also affect a person’s chances of survival. Breast cancer affects hundreds of thousands of women around the world each year.

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