Thermograms: Safer, More Accurate than Mammograms

Mammograms today are considered the standard tool to detect breast cancer.  Women are normally encouraged to get mammogram testing every one or two years as they enter later adulthood, as a measure to detect breast cancer as early as possible. But mammogram testing is not harmless.  In fact, mammograms are considered by some in the […]

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Largest, Longest Study on Mammography Again Finds No Benefit

An annual mammogram is the conventional go-to “prevention” strategy for breast cancer. But researchers increasingly agree that mammography is ineffective at best and harmful at worst. Unfortunately, breast cancer is big business, and mammography is one of its primary profit centers. This is why the industry is fighting tooth and nail to keep it, even […]

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American Cancer Society Abandons ‘One Size Fits All’ Advice on Mammograms

After a thorough review of the benefits and limitations of mammograms, the nation’s top cancer-fighting organization is advising women that they can wait until they are 45 years old to start using the tests to screen for breast cancer. New guidelines from the American Cancer Society also assure women that they can have fewer mammograms over the […]

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Mammograms May Not Reduce Breast Cancer Deaths

Breast cancer screenings may not lead to fewer deaths, suggests a new analysis of U.S. data. In areas of the U.S. with high levels of screening, more tumors were diagnosed – but breast cancer deaths were no lower than in areas with fewer screenings, the researchers report. Each year, about 230,000 U.S. women are newly […]

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Suzanne Somers Admits She Has A Controversial Viewpoint On Mammograms

  Suzanne Somers Discusses Mammogram Alternatives Suzanne Somers admits she has a controversial viewpoint on mammograms. Watch as she explains the risks she sees behind mammograms and offers her alternatives to breast cancer screenings. To see the video, click here. Source: American College of Clinical Thermography

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Fewer Mammograms Being Done

The use of mammograms has dipped since a medical task force made controversial recommendations that women in their 40s may not need to get breast cancer screenings every year, according to one of three small studies to be presented Monday. The studies related to this topic will be presented at the American Roentgen Ray Society […]

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