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?
Thermography is the earliest detection technology of cancer available – revealing vascular changes in breast tissue 5-10 years before any lump or structure develops.
With changes in the law being introduce across North America, forcing family doctors and mammographers to inform their patients about the density of their breasts, we ask ourselves if we need this law, and if so, why?
- 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.