Why is itÂ that we have a National Health Service, millions of pounds are spent on encouraging ‘healthy’ women to have mammograms, our yet our death rate from breast cancer is among the worstÂ in Europe?
Could it possibly be that the mass breast screening programme is part of the problem?
Isn’t it time this was stopped and the NHSÂ thoroughly investigatedÂ the use of Thermography for breast cancer detection? This is a much safer option andÂ most abnormalitiesÂ will beÂ found at much earlier stages. And frequently, if an early stage problem is diagnosed with thermography, lifestyle changes can actually prevent the further development of the cancer. Isn’t that better thanÂ the Â and oftenÂ unnecessary masectomy and /or chemotherapy that women are currently being ushered into having? Please see our informative article on Digital Infared Thermal Imaging for early breast cancer detection.Tags: breast cancer, breast screening programme, chemotherapy, digital infared thermal imaging, DITI, thermographym mammography