Thermography— a simple and harmless way of detecting breast cancer

The conventional way of detecting breast cancer is mammography, which is more or less as harmful as the cancer itself. But the mainstream healthcare system never underscores the ill effects of mammography and always tries to propagate it among women. Natural News reports that thermography is a much safer way to determine whether or not a woman has breast cancer. In spite of the fact that thermography is medically proven and approved by the FDA, it is never practiced by medical practitioners who themselves are not fully aware of what thermography is.

Moshe Dekel, M.D. is of the opinion that there is a huge difference between conventional mammography and thermography. Mammography is entirely an anatomical study of the breast. It studies the anatomical changes in the breast tissue to determine whether or not it is infected. But it may take as long as 10 years before cancerous tumors grow to a detectable size and in case of cancer 10 years is too long to sit idle and do nothing. On the other hand, thermography detects the cancerous cells with the help of an infrared camera. The camera detects any increase in temperature in breast tissues that may occur due to increased blood supply to cancerous cells. Know more at .

Natural News reports that mammograms actually do more harm than good in the fight to prevent and cure breast cancer. Back in 1995, The Lancet reported that since the introduction of mammograms in 1970’s, ductal carcinoma in situ or DCIS, one of the most prominent types of breast cancer, has increased by 328 percent, with mammograms playing an ominously major role in the increase. The ionizing radiation emitted by the mammograms mutates cells and the pressure they exert on the breast can help the cancerous cells spread to other parts of the body.

Did you know that? Learn more and protect yourself and your loved ones! Knowledge is power, and they can’t take THAT away from you!


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