Report #25
THERMOGRAPHY

A non-invasive, gentle, and effective method of screening/monitoring cancer in the human body.

Mammography, CT, ultrasound, PET scans, MRI or breast examination recognize a malignant tumor only once it has reached a certain size. Thermography has the ability to warn physicians up to 10 years before any other procedure that a cancer may be forming.

Thermography is FDA approved since 1982. It can detect cancerous or even merely "suspicious" spots or growths (malignant cell colonies) many years in advance of conventional methods which makes it the earliest detection method available.

Thermography detects very early stages of angiogenesis. In other words, it shows the formation of blood vessels that will supply the tumour cells with nutrients. The process of thermography is painless, non-invasive and non-contact. It is totally safe, even for women with breast implants or sensitive breasts and during pregnancy.


There are 1544 scientific papers listed in PubMed under the search term, Thermography/Cancer.

This is how Dr. Monhollon, MD, describes it:

Computerized regulation thermography (CRT) is a non-invasive tool that uses 112 measurements of skin temperatures for computer analysis.  That analysis detects underlying dysfunctions that precede disease states, providing a true tool for preventative health care.
The CRT analysis provides a personal profile unique to the individual.  It points out stressed organs and patterns of dysfunctional relationships between organs.  It also will identify hidden locations of infected or toxic tissues such as dental, breast, intestine, etc.
Thermography is a simple procedure done in a fairly cool (but not uncomfortable) room.  It measures body heat in targeted areas as delivered to the skin.  Skin temperature patterns provide an index of metabolic and nervous system activity.  Disturbances show up in the CRT scan as inflamed, degenerated or blocked.
Diseases can be prevented or detected at early stages by highlighting areas that need attention.  For example, if problems with brain circulation were seen, the physician would further study the carotid arteries.  With CRT there is no need to wait for a TIA or stroke.  Similarly cardiac, liver, intestine, dental, sinus, lymphatic, thyroid and breast problems can be discovered and addressed prior to occurrence of clinical symptoms.

Florida Integrative Medical Center
Dr. John Monhollon MD
http://www.flimc.com/services/thermography.html


How about mammography? Is it still a necessary procedure for breast cancer screening, or does thermography replace it?

Writes Bruce H. Shelton, M.D. in a published paper:

There is a great controversy currently going on in the imaging
community over the effectiveness of Mammography and the detection
and treatment of Breast Cancer. A huge study of 29,000 patients
was just published, suggesting that Mammography leads to unnecessary
surgeries, and that in fact, more needless operations are being
performed than before the technology was developed.
Mammography, which is basically an X-Ray procedure, has the
ability to find small calcifications in the ducts of breasts (known as DCIS
Disease) that “sometimes” indicate malignant disease in its earliest
forms. Breast biopsies are then performed in order to make an accurate
diagnosis and further surgery or other treatment (radiation and
chemotherapy) than ensues if malignancy is found. The esteemed CBS
news show 60 Minutes just reported that there were 50,000 cases of
DCIS diagnosed last year in the United States, and only 10,000 of
the biopsies found a cancer condition, and the other 40,000 biopsies
proved to be negative. Clearly to the 40,000 relieved women this was
a great relief, but to question a procedure that leads to this many
unnecessary invasive procedures is truly a very valid question.
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Further information on breast & full body thermography: http://www.iact-org.org/patients/patients.html

http://www.drrosethomas.com/thermography.html#Full_Body_Scan

Links to qualified thermography centers:
http://www.iact-org.org/links.html

List of thermograph clinics in USA:
http://www.thermologyonline.org


Warning:
Investigate the qualifications of the thermograph center before you visit it. Thermography is as good as the technician who carries it out, and the equipment and the clinical environment provided by the center. Also, the person who will evaluate the result must be fully qualified to do so. Be selective and careful in your choice of a thermograph clinic.

Do not hesitate to communicate with the experts on the internet, and discuss the issue with them. You will find them at the above links.





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