CT Scans May Increase Risk Of Cancer


CT Scans May Increase Risk Of Cancer

Research from Harvard University suggests that women should be especially careful in regards to CT scan as the chest is one of the areas where CT related cancers are most likely to occur, along with the pelvis and abdomen. There is a 1 in 2,000 chance that a person will develop cancer from a single abdominal scan, according to researchers from Harvard Medical School.

Many alternative practitioners are opting to use thermography or Digital Infrared Thermographic Imaging for patient testing as it uses heat signatures rather than radiation to look for the presence of anomalies inside the body that could be indicative of disease.

Read the full report from The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, Inc.

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