WHAT DOCTORS ARE SAYING

“It takes years for most cancers to develop to the stage that they can be detected with mammogram
or ultrasound (dense enough for location and biopsy) so digital infrared thermal imaging, 
better known as “medical thermography,” is ideally placed as a screening tool to identify changes over time in the ‘early’ development stages, before there is more advanced pathology that can be detected with other tests.”

Peter Leando PhD., DSc., DAc. 
Fellow, Royal Society of Medicine
Fellow,   American College of Clinical Thermology

 Dr. Christine Horner, M.D., F.A.C.S

Dr. Christine Horner, M.D., F.A.C.S

“I agree with the Swiss Board - screening mammography should no longer be recommended from an ethical standpoint. Instead, a combination of ultrasound, thermography and physical examination are a much better choice. For certain women, an MRI scan which uses a magnet rather than radiation may also be appropriate.“

Dr. Christine Horner, M.D., F.A.C.S   Breast Reconstruction Surgeon, Author

 Christiane Northrup, M.D.

Christiane Northrup, M.D.

“With thermography as your regular screening tool, it’s likely that you would have the opportunity to make adjustment to your diet, beliefs, and lifestyle to transform your cells before they became cancerous.”

 Christiane Northrup, M.D.    Women’s Health Expert,  Visionary Health Pioneer,  Author                  

 

 Thomas Hudson, M.D.Radiologist

Thomas Hudson, M.D.Radiologist

"Thermography can detect physiologic changes associated with a cancer while it is still at a cellular level—before it becomes visible on a mammogram. Thermography has other unique abilities as well. It can indicate estrogen dominance; an imbalance in estrogen levels is associated with higher breast cancer risk. It can detect lymphatic congestion, also a precursor to disease.  The effects of diet can also be clearly seen. Women on a typical Western diet who switch to a healthier, plant-based diet, show remarkable improvement in their thermal patterns.”

Thomas Hudson, M.D.Radiologist, Thermologist, Author