Measuring the heat given off by the body is done with infrared - which is a wavelength of light - that indicates relative temperatures - this area compared to that area. Normal range between our high areas and our low areas is usually around 1.0 to 1.5 degrees. When toxicity begins to accumulate and create the Cancer environment, the temperatue starts to climb. This is the first signal that the Cancer switch has been turned to  'ON'. Temperature signals the start. 

By using safe temperature readings, the processs of Cancer can be seen years before the process becomes a presence - a 'something' seen by a Mammogram - radiation testing. The Thermogram is first - it will tell you when to get a Mammogram or a different test such as MRI, CT or US.

Get a Safe Thermogram First.

There is no 'danger' in taking the temperature.

Getting a Thermogram is completely safe - there is NO danger of any kind.

It is a matter of measuring the temperature with a newer thermometer. The skin reveals the heat patterns of the body. Taking the temperature from 6-8 feet away, means that there is no touching, no compression, no 'squishing'. Many women cannot use Mammography because they have had surgery to the breast, a biopsy, a lumpectomy, augmentation, or reconstruction. Thermography is absolutely safe for everyone.

Cancer is hot. Benign (normal) is not. 

Perhaps the greatest advantage to Thermography is that it can tell the difference between normal and Cancer. Most of the time, roughly 80% of the cases, the lump, bump, cyst, fibroid or calcification is normal. Only 1 in 5 lesions will develop into Cancer. Thermography safely monitors breast health and signals the onset, shows the very first sign that the Cancer switch has been turned 'ON' - and can provide the necessary 'heads-up' warning early enough to avoid the damage from years of toxicity that fuels cancer tumor growth. See the process of cancer years before a Mammogram shows the presence of cancer. This marks the biggest breakthrough in early diagnosis in the history of cancer research.