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  • Thermography for Life

    Breast Thermography is applicable to all women, especially the group between 40 and 50, and for those who have dense, fibrocystic breasts or implants. It is a completely safe, non-invasive screening method that has been proven to be effective. An abnormal infrared image is the single-most important marker of high risk for developing breast cancer. Read More
  • Why Breast Thermography?

    With all the attention focused on treating breast cancer lately, it is perplexing that many do not recognize the great gains to be made by addressing breast cancer prevention. Read More
  • What is Thermography

    Thermography measures the infrared radiation (heat) which is constantly radiating (emitting) away from the surface of the human skin. Skin as an organ breathes, exchanges gases with the environment, cools us as well as keeps us warm by letting heat out... Read More
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Non Invasive

  • Breast Infrared Thermography is 100% Safe
  • Absolutely No Radiation and No Compression
  • Thermography is a Measurement of Function
  • An Early Warning System
  • Helps to Monitor Breast Health
  • Perfect for All Breast Shapes and Sizes
  • Ideal for Long Term Tracking
  • Provides Reliable Risk Assessment

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Risk Assessment:

  • Precancerous or malignant tumors require an abundant supply of nutrients that can only come form elevated blood flow, causing an increase in temperature
  • A persistent abnormal breast thermogram is thought to be “the single greatest indicator of breast cancer risk” and is considered 10 times more important than a positive family history for the disease

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Safe & Proven

  • Over thirty years of clinical use and more than 800 peer-reviewed studies in the medical literature have established thermography as a safe and effective means to examine the human body.
  • When used as an adjunctive procedure (clinical examination + mammography + breast thermography) 95% of early stage cancers are detected


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