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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
You will want to share this recorded session with your partners and staff. Dr Philip Hoestra, world expert in Thermology Medical Science spoke on The Health Inn Monday Oct 15 2012
Philip P. Hoekstra, III, PhD
The Chief Science Officer for Infrared Medical Solutions and a recognized authority in Infrared Mammography with thirty-seven years of experience and 750,000 clinical patient analyses completed. He is Board Certified in Neuro-Science, Oncology, and Vascular Thermology. Dr. Hoekstra is currently serving as President of the American Academy of Thermology and as Director of the American Board of Thermology.
In Participation with Breast Awareness Month
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The number 1 in 8 women develop breast cancer in their lifetime and this number may have changed to 1 in 7 women. According to the American Cancer Society, an estimated 226,870 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed among women, as well as an estimated 63,300 additional cases of In Situ Breast Cancer in 2012.
Women in the United States still have a high risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer even if they have no genetic predisposition for the disease, stated a report released Jan. 24 by the Breast Cancer Fund and Breast Cancer Action, two San Francisco-based advocacy groups. The report said that as many as 50 percent of breast cancer cases remain unexplained by either genetics or lifestyle factors such as how old a woman is at her first full-term pregnancy or her rate of alcohol consumption.
The two groups analyzed more than 350 scientific studies linking environmental factors to breast cancer to come up with their findings. In 2005, breast cancer was expected to kill more than 40,000 women in the U.S. The risk of an American woman being diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime has nearly tripled in the last 40 years, rising to a 1 in 7 chance.
"This report adds to the compelling evidence that the chemicals we're exposed to in our daily lives are making us sick," said Lisa Wanzor, acting executive director of Breast Cancer Action. "Women living with and at risk for breast cancer need public policies that will put our health first and protect us from exposures to toxic chemicals." source: Women's E-News
You will be enlightened to learn about this technology that has been available for a number of decades. In fact the military used infrared photography and that initiative detects changes not seen by the naked eye. However, to use this technology medically takes more advances and special equipment. Over 27 countries worldwide have providers of this service. Dr Philip Hoekstra manages hundreds of provider facilities and trains experts to do it right. Further information can be found on the banner link above to the show recording.
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Creating Waves of Awareness
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