Thermography detects the physiological changes in the breast tissue that have been shown to correlate with cancerous or pre-cancerous states. Since thermal imaging detects changes at the cellular level, studies suggest that this test can detect abnormal activity eight to 10 years before any other test. The earliest possible indication of abnormalities allows for the earliest possible intervention. The American Cancer Society, among many others, has noted the great increase in false-positive mammograms leading to 800,000 unnecessary biopsies a year in this country alone. Utilizing thermography to measure breast physiology, TDI is able to look at “hot spots” in potential areas of concern, the absence of which reduces suspicion and the possible need for invasive intervention.
Thermographic Diagnostic Imaging of New Jersey was recently published in Suburban Family Magazine. You can read the whole article here!
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