Friday, October 09, 2009 by: Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor
William Cockburn, D.C., D.A.B.F.E., F.I.A.C.T
Breast cancer and other breast diseases have become a tremendous issue in women's health today, particularly in advanced industrialized nations. Also note that approximately 1,000 men get breast cancer yearly.
A procedure which has gone largely unnoticed is Breast Thermography, also known as Breast Thermal Imaging. Breast thermography promises the opportunity of earlier detection of breast disease than has been possible with breast self examination, physician palpation, or mammography.
Digital breast thermography, or Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI), is a noninvasive screening procedure that detects and records infrared heat emissions from the breast. The visual image, or thermogram, maps variations in skin temperature that may indicate underlying vascular, muscular and neural disease. DITI is especially useful for detecting early lesions before they otherwise become clinically evident. These changes could accompany cancer, fibrocystic breast disease, local injury, infections or vascular disease.
December 15, 2008
Posted by Sarah Rubenstein
Scientists latest analysis of a big federal hormone-replacement therapy suggests that breast-cancer risk increases with long-term use of the drugs during menopause, and falls after women stop taking the drugs.
The study, called the Womens Health Initiative, was halted several years back when researchers saw a higher risk for breast cancer among thousands of women taking Wyeths Prempro, a combination of the hormones estrogen and progestin.
I got back my pathology report on my tumor. The report says a lot ofthings about
the properties of my tumor. What do they mean?
If youre doing conventional therapy, your oncologist will factor in all the
elements of the pathology report and decide on a treatment course of radiation,
chemotherapy, hormone modulation, etc. But most alternative and
complementary practitioners dont believe the lions share of this information
is vital or relevant because they may reject the premise of chemotherapy's survival
Jo Revill, health editor
Sunday January 11, 2004
By Leigh Parry
October 7 - Just a few hours of exercise a week could help women keep breast cancer at bay, according to new research.
A study of more than 1000 American women found the risk of breast cancer was 35 per cent lower for those who exercised compared with inactive women.
Women who exercised more than four hours a week had a 47 per cent lower risk of cancer.
But exercise did not seem to reduce breast cancer risk in women with a family history of the disease, said the team from the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California and
By Victoria Dolby Toews, MPH
Fri Sep 20, 2002
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Researchers trying to find environmental causes of breast cancer --diet, exercise, exposure to chemicals or other factors--will start recruiting 50,000 sisters on Saturday for study.
The government-funded teams will start in Florida, at a fund-raising event in Tampa called the "Race for the Cure."
They hope to sign up 50,000 women nationally, aged 35 to 74, whose sisters have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Why you should check your breasts?
Finding breast cancer early can mean a better chance of successful treatment. You can help find breast cancer early by being aware of any changes that are not normal for you.
When to check your breasts
Breast cancer usually occurs in women over 40. As you get older it's a good idea to check for changes.