Suzanne Pyle

Suzanne Pyle

Suzanne Pyle has been a Certified Clinical Thermographer since 2006. She has always been active in health issues and physical fitness. ...Read more

Dee DeNoia

After developing extensive experience in varied businesses, Dee followed her passion of wanting to help others and became a nurse in 2005. ....Read More

Rachel Mazzarelli

Rachel holds a masters degree in clinical nutrition, is a certified Kripalu yoga teacher and recently became a certified clinical thermographer. ...Read More



Breast Cancer Breakthrough - Cut Your Risk in Half ...READ MORE ...

Thermal Imaging can detect growth patterns in the 2nd year.  Why wait until it's too late?

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Current research has determined that the key to breast cancer survival rests upon its earliest possible detection. If discovered in its earliest stages, 95% cure rates are possible. Thermograms detect cancerous activity 8 years before a mammogram can detect a tumor.

What is a thermogram?

    A thermogram, or as it is also called, Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging, is a  FDA approved method of measuring patterns of heat emitted from the body,  In relation to breast cancer, a thermogram detects angiogenesis which is the growth of new blood vessels. These new blood vessels feed a tumor and they show up as higher temperature in breast tissue.

What is the difference between a thermogram and a mammogram?

    First, these are two entirely different methods of screening for breast cancer and thermograms in no way replace mammograms.  Mammograms detect structure or anatomy such as a tumor; thermograms detect a process or physiology like inflammation or angiogenesis.
Second, mammograms use radiation and compression; thermograms use neither – so there is no damage to fragile, cellular DNA and there is no risk from radiation (and even though mammograms use low radiation, THERE IS NO SAFE LOW RADIATION). For women with BRCA 1or 2, please click on "Research" and then "Clinical Studies."
    Third, thermograms view a larger area (all the way up parallel to and under the arm pit) which is one of the reasons why they have a better detection rate.
    Fourth and most importantly, because thermograms detect the growth of new blood cells, they detect cancerous conditions in the breast up to 8 years before a mammogram can detect a tumor.  So since no one knows how to prevent cancer, early detection seems to be your best chance for overcoming this dreaded disease.

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