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...

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...

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...

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?...

Physiology vs Anatomy

  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 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...

Breast Cancer Revealed by ‘Accident’ with Museum Thermal Camera

  Thermal Imaging was in the news today when it was revealed that a tourist, Bal Gill, while visiting a camera museum in Scotland was captured by a thermal camera which showed one of her...
Preventive Health

Preventive Health

  It is no longer enough just to treat a disease and hope for the best. There is a quiet revolution going on – prevention is the key, and an active role in your health will save your life. Diet, exercise and other lifestyle choices are clearly within your control...

Inflammation

Inflammation

Inflammation is considered the “the silent killer” that can lead to chronic disease like arthritis, heart disease, cancer, diabetes, obesity, inflammatory bowel disease, dementia and even depression. Inflammation is a natural process by which the body's white blood...

Legislation for Prevention

Legislation for Prevention

Cancer and obesity are at epidemic proportions – even though there are preventative measures we can all take. But, what role should government have in this – should we legislate for prevention?

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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