Breast thermography offers women the best opportunity to identify potentially dangerous changes in their breast tissue years before a clinically recognizable tumor or malignancy presents itself. The truth is cancer can lay dormant for years which means early detection is the key to recovery. The thermogram is able to identify early cancer cells because it can detect changes that occur in the tissues surrounding the cancer cells. Just as scaffolding goes up at the construction site of a new building, an infrastructure of new blood vessels forms which will feed and sustain a developing cancer. It is these blood vessel changes (called angiogenesis) with their increased blood flow and heat that Thermography’s ultra-sensitive infrared camera can detect. 

Thermographers have established five categories to describe breast tissue based on the study of blood flow and the heat generated from unusual blood vessel formations. These categories are labeled TH1 through TH5.


Experience dictates that no aggressive procedures are warranted if you fall within the TH1 or TH2 levels. Repeat scans are recommended annually or every 2 years depending on your age.

The risk of a developing malignancy increases at levels TH3, TH4, and TH5. If your results indicate a TH3 level, we recommend aggressive nutritional supplementation and a repeat scan in 6 months. Our nutritional program contains the fundamental ingredients necessary to correct imbalances and deficiencies and insure that your body has what it needs to inhibit angiogenesis, convert cancer cells back to normal or destroy them, and detoxify cancer-causing pollutants that increase your risk of cancer. 

TH4 and TH5 results require aggressive nutritional supplementation as well as further medical evaluation. This includes physician directed palpation and, if necessary, ultrasonography and/or mammography. These procedures are designed to pinpoint where a possible tumor is located thus allowing for more accurate targeting of a biopsy, if this is judged necessary. Microscopic examination of a tumor or tissue is the only way a diagnosis of cancer can be made. Often, even at these higher TH levels, no identifiable tumor can be found. Nonetheless, persistent surveillance should be maintained with careful attention paid to the recommendations described in our protocols for these levels. 


What else can you do?

We strongly recommend that every woman learn what her 2/16 Estrogen ratio is (good estrogen vs. bad estrogen). This is a simple early morning urine test that shows how your body breaks down or metabolizes estrogen. Your estrogen ratio is fundamentally critical because if the bad estrogen is dominant it can cause increased proliferation of malignant cells. If the result of your test indicates the ratio to be 2.0 or greater, your risk of cancer is significantly reduced. If your value is less than 2.0, you will need to increase the level of good estrogen. The good estrogen (2-hydroxy estrone) is antiproliferative and inhibits growth of cancer cells. It can be augmented by increasing your intake of fermented soy products, eating cruciferous vegetables (cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, etc.), and adding flaxseed to your diet. The active ingredient in cruciferous vegetables has been identified as diindolylmethane (DIM). To assist with your effort to enhance the good estrogen, this ingredient has been synthesized into capsule form and may be more easily tolerated than eating the large quantities required of the vegetables. 

A kit for this test can be obtained at our Center, the cost is $134.00. You need to only send an early morning urine specimen in the kit provided. A report of the analysis will be sent to you and will outline the necessary recommendations.

Every day of our lives mutational changes occur to cells in our body that have the potential of developing into a clinical cancer. The wonderful advantage of infrared thermal imaging is that, should a change consistent with early cancer risk be detected, you can easily and effectively begin specific life style and nutritional changes to reverse progression.



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