posted on Jun, 22 2011 @ 07:19 AM
LOL ... No, I do not have a CT Scan in my home ... LOL ... but the facility about 15-minutes away from my home does. So, I was tested there and then
I have an annual Thermography for the past few years. My (mainstream) primary-care doctor agreed Thermography is the best method for detecting the
type of cancer I had (breast cancer) ... and a few other types of cancers as well. I wasn't doubting my primary-care doctor or the Oncologist about
the Thermograhy's effectiveness, but nevertheless I still researched this and I happened to believe it.
Thermography ($300 - $350) takes about 20-minutes and was not covered by my insurance, while the CT scan, ultrasound, blood-work, and other tests were
all covered. I was going to have a PET, but then I never did, nor did I look into it, so I don't know much about PET. While it may, or may not be
true, I happen to believe the Thermography is ideal for detecting and testing for breast cancer and other cancers, although not all cancers, such as
pancreatic. All of my yearly Thermography reports were clean ... plus ALL of the nasty, awful, horrid symptoms I suffered from were gone -- completely
gone and I looked and felt better after completing my program and I was no longer fatigued.
Thermography is not an effective tool for detecting all cancers, such as pancreatic for one, as I mentioned, but it is very effective for many types
of cancers -- you just have to ask around and thoroughly research it. But, I had breast cancer and after all of the previous mammograms and
ultrasounds, it was decided that Thermography was the most effective tool (for me) for determining if the breast cancer was gone, or if it spread or
if it had returned. Sometimes, what works for one person may not work for another.
I also repeat the 30-day program regularly, and on schedule. I am by no means cured 'for life' -- forever and ever -- it is possible the cancer can
return, but I don't think that is likely given my determination. I am aware if it returns and it's a cancer that Thermography does not detect, I
could be screwed ... so I also have either a CT or MRI as well. I also do have to repeat the 30-day program yearly, sometimes every 18 months, if I
push it. It just has not returned in the past few years since my first diagnosis. I also made many positive lifestyle changes.
"The health of a nation's citizens should not be a for profit industry. Otherwise food, insurance and pharmaceutical companies conspire to create an
atmosphere that promotes sickness rather then wellness, all to grow their bottom lines and produce profits for the shareholders".