1. Thermography and Breast Lumps

    We often get calls from women who have recently found a lump in their breast, and would like to have a thermography. They have heard that thermography is “better” than a mammogram and would like to use the screening for their newly discovered breast lump. At that point, we need to explain the difference between what we see with breast thermography and what a mammogram or ultrasound can see. Fi…Read More

  2. Put A Heart On It

    “Hello, can you put a ❤ on your wall, without comment, only a heart, then send this message to your female contacts. After putting one  ❤  on the wall of the person who sent you this message, if anyone asks why you have so many hearts on your wall, do not answer. It is for women only to remember it's the week of breast cancer prevention! ❤ Check your boobies!! Hold your finger do…Read More

  3. International Thermography Conference, September 2016

    I recently returned for our American College of Clinical Thermology conference. This year it was held just outside of Washington D.C. and there were almost 300 attendees from all over the world. We enjoyed speakers from China, Hungary, Costa Rica and the UK, as well as our U.S. Doctors. It’s always fun to connect with our longtime colleagues who have been doing thermography for ten plus years li…Read More

  4. What Are Your Odds?

    A woman who came in for a Breast Thermography told me her story. She walked into the room to have a mammogram. On the door was a large sign that said “1 in 8 women will get breast cancer”. Reassuring isn’t it? That sets her up for fear before she even has the x-ray. I always wondered about this one “look around the table when you are having lunch with eight of your friends, because one of …Read More

  5. Thinking Outside of the Box with Thermography

    We are in the last year of our first decade providing breast and full body thermography. We are having some wonderful opportunities to utilize our technology in new ways. Last year we began to monitor the progress of a young man who was involved in a serious automobile accident. Initially, the vascular system was very compromised. The standard tests could not measure the healing process. It was wa…Read More

  6. Women with Dense Breasts Need More Screening Options

    Just like a bra, one size does not fit all. This week the Annals of Internal Medicine published a new study. Women with dense breasts do not always have an increased risk of breast cancer, as previously believed. Because 47% of women have breast density on mammograms, and mammography can miss 30% of breast cancers in women with dense breasts - this is big deal. Now the question becomes what level …Read More

  7. Fear Redefined in Our Health Decisions

    I was listening to Dr. Tom Hudson on the radio with Dr. Christine Northrup. Dr. Hudson is a Board Certified Breast Radiologist and Thermologist. He has a unique perspective on Breast imaging. Beyond the nuts and bolts of explanations and information, he also believes what I have come to believe. Each woman must make treatment decisions based on her own inner knowing. I have found that those who ru…Read More