Thermography – Breast screening rebuttal to CBC News coverage

Last week, CBC Newsworld broadcast a story claiming that thermography clinics where “gumming up the system” with false positives, resulting in patients worrying about the results of tests that purportedly had no “value” – as stated by a so-called expert … Read MoreRead More

97% of Terminal Cancer Patients Previously Had This Dental Procedure…

Do you have a chronic degenerative disease? If so, have you been told, “It’s all in your head?” Well, that might not be that far from the truth… the root cause of your illness may be in your mouth. There is a … Read MoreRead More

Pro-life Lobbying Succeeds in Convincing Breast Cancer Charity Komen to Discontinue Funding for Planned Parenthood – The nation’s leading breast cancer charity is under intense scrutiny for its decision to cut-off funding for breast cancer screening programs run by Planned Parenthood. The Susan G. Komen for the Cure has confirmed it is withdrawing support … Read MoreRead More

Pink Ribbons, Inc. (Trailer) *In theatres February 3, 2012*

About the film “We used to march in the streets; now we run for a cure.” Barbara Ehrenreich, author and social critic. Breast cancer has become the poster child of corporate cause-related marketing campaigns. Countless women and men walk, bike, … Read MoreRead More

Breast Thermography on CBS News

There is substantial evidence that mammograms are not accurate in detecting cancer, AND the radiation exposure increases the risk of cancer even more. Furthermore, women with dense breast tissue face two problems: 1) Excruciating pain –why isn’t anyone talking more … Read More

Cancer Prevention – Lymphatic Breast Massage

Breast cancer-related lymphedema (BCRL) has recently been linked to surgery and/or radiotherapy to axillary lymph nodes. The conventional view of the pathophysiology of BCRL is that axillary lymphatic obstruction resulting from surgical or radiotherapy treatment impairs lymph drainage from the … Read MoreRead More

Breast Cancer Screening Guide Says Skip Exams

Routine mammograms, self-exams and MRIs not needed for most women under 50 Clinical breast exams are no longer routinely recommended for women at average risk of breast cancer, according to new Canadian guidelines. That’s the main change in Monday’s updated … Read MoreRead More