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Breast Thermography Screening

On July 25, 2021, the United Colors of Pink Foundation organized a breast thermography screening for women.

Eighteen women had their breasts examined using a non-invasive thermographic method. The ACCT-approved clinical thermographer, Enico Fodor of Illinois Thermography led this screening.

Thermography is a noninvasive test that uses a camera to take images of breasts. Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) shows the subtle physiological changes that accompany breast pathology (cancer, fibrocystic disease, lymph congestion, inflammation or vascular changes, etc.). There is no radiation exposure, no compression of breasts, and no real risk associated with the test. In 1982, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved thermography as a screening aid in the diagnosis of breast cancer.

The regular price of the test was $225. The United Colors of Pink organization sponsored part of this screening by paying $100.00 per test. By donating their space, Healthy & Happy Living, Inc lowered the price by another $50 per test. Thank you H&HL for your collaboration.

Additionally, each patient received a free gift, a bag full of Dr. Mercola's supplements.

The next breast thermography screening is scheduled for October 24, 2021.

Early detection and prevention are always less complicated than treatment.

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