Anatomy and Physiology

  Physiology and anatomy are closely related fields within the biological sciences, yet they each have a very different focus on aspects of the human body. While anatomy deals with...

Physiology and Thermography

  As you may know, there are different tests for breast abnormalities, and they are contentious, to say the least. They use different technology, and one of the divides is the difference...

A Prevention-Based Society

  Breast health 'awareness' seems to be the key word in October, but what good is awareness without a guide good health. Prevention AND awareness seem like a better strategy, but how would we...

What’s so ‘new’ About Immunotherapy?

 Anybody who reads or follows alternative cancer therapies knows and understands the principle of boosting the immune system to fight or prevent cancer. Cancer itself is not the problem, but...

Stress and Breast Cancer

In the list of factors that increase the risk of breast cancer, stress features strongly, but because it’s a psychological condition it is much harder to evaluate accurately. Hopefully, this post...

Thermography must be offered in addition to routine programmes

  Interviewed on ABC news, Dr. William Amalu explains the value of Thermography very well, and its use ‘in addition’ to routine breast health programmes. If you need a clearer overview of the...

Genetic Disposition to Cancer?

 There is a lot of confusion around the subject of a person's genetic disposition to cancer - if your parents and grandparents had cancer, you are very likely to be in the firing line… right?...
Anatomy and Physiology

Anatomy and Physiology

  Physiology and anatomy are closely related fields within the biological sciences, yet they each have a very different focus on aspects of the human body. While anatomy deals with structure, physiology deals with function and the mechanisms that enable...

What is DCIS, and what is all the fuss about?

What is DCIS, and what is all the fuss about?

  DCIS stands for Ductal Carcinoma In Situ, and describes abnormal cells inside the milk duct inside a breast. DCIS is considered non-invasive and can be found using mammogram screening - this means they appear like cancer cells. But are they cancer cells?...

A Brief History of Medical Thermography

A Brief History of Medical Thermography

  Infrared technology and Medical Thermography (recording heat variation in physiological testing) have two separate histories, but they were brought together ultimately after centuries of scientific experiments. The first person to link body temperature to...

What is Angiogenesis, and why is it important?

What is Angiogenesis, and why is it important?

  You may have heard the term ‘Angiogenesis’ in your research, or even at one of your thermography appointments. It is a crucial concept and one that helps to explain how thermography works and its advantage. Angiogenesis is a normal and healthy process that...

Integrative Oncology

Integrative Oncology

  In a group of studies involving 20,000 people, 51% of participants, all of whom had been diagnosed with cancer and were undergoing conventional treatment, also reported using Complementary and alternative medicine. (CAM) These include, Acupuncture,...

Bras and Breast Cancer

Bras and Breast Cancer

  There is a lot of talk currently debunking the claim of a link between bras and breast cancer. The loudest voice by far is the Susan Komen foundation who have a claim on their website: "Scientific evidence does not support a link between wearing an...

Our Story – Full Interview

Our Story – Full Interview

  Our founders Rosa and Phil Hughes have a wonderful story to tell about Rosa’s brush with cancer and her journey of discovery to natural healing. Furthermore, their dedication to bringing 100% safe screening and natural treatment to women and all sufferers....

Physiology and Thermography

Physiology and Thermography

  As you may know, there are different tests for breast abnormalities, and they are contentious, to say the least. They use different technology, and one of the divides is the difference in approach the technologies bring to observing disease or pathology....

What’s so ‘new’ About Immunotherapy?

What’s so ‘new’ About Immunotherapy?

Why all the fuss about research into the ‘new’ Immunotherapy by Johns Hopkins University? In a healthy functioning body the immune system stops invasive cancer constantly – there’s nothing new in this and it’s not a treatment, it’s the way the body works.

Managing your Stress

Managing your Stress

We have written about stress on these blog pages mentioning the different types of stress and how it can negatively affect your health, including increasing your risk of cancer.

How to do a Breast Self-exam (BSE)

How to do a Breast Self-exam (BSE)

Regularly examining your own breasts plays an important part in being vigilant and keeping an eye out for any problems early, and therefore giving yourself a chance of being treated successfully.

Genetic Disposition to Cancer?

Genetic Disposition to Cancer?

There is a lot of confusion around the subject of a person’s genetic disposition to cancer – if your parents and grandparents had cancer, you are very likely to be in the firing line… right?

Cancer as a “Lump or Bump”

Cancer as a “Lump or Bump”

The general approach to cancer seems to be more like a ‘lump or bump’ theory – ie. that cancer is merely a lump or bump that we should cut, poison or burn out of the body, thus saving the patient.

Cancer is a Disease of the Immune System

Cancer is a Disease of the Immune System

Interviewed on ABC news, Dr. William Amalu explains the value of Thermography very well, and its use ‘in addition’ to routine breast health programmes. If you need a clearer overview of the value of Thermography, this is the one, but you can hear the confusion in the voice of the interviewer when he asks why the medical establishment won’t ‘endorse’ Thermography.

Thermography must be offered in addition to routine programmes

Thermography must be offered in addition to routine programmes

Interviewed on ABC news, Dr. William Amalu explains the value of Thermography very well, and its use ‘in addition’ to routine breast health programmes. If you need a clearer overview of the value of Thermography, this is the one, but you can hear the confusion in the voice of the interviewer when he asks why the medical establishment won’t ‘endorse’ Thermography.

Disclaimer

  • Thermography is an adjunctive procedure and all interpretive findings must be clinically correlated.
  • Thermography is not a substitute for anatomical testing and results will vary from person to person.
  • The absence of abnormal Thermographic findings does not mean that there is an absence of pathology.
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