Medical Breakthrough Arrives in Charleston - PRESS RELEASE

March 10, 2003

THERMAL TECHNOLOGY MORE SUCCESSFUL THAN MAMMOGRAPHY IN IDENTIFYING BREAST CANCER RISKS!

According to the latest statistics, women of all ages are at increasing risk of breast cancer. One in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime (a rate that has more than doubled in the last 30 years). Unfortunately, recovery rates have not improved during this same time period.

HIGH DEFINITION DIGITAL INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY IS A POSSIBLE SOLUTION. Thermography, approved by the FDA as an adjunct to mammography, demonstrates a higher success rate than mammography in early detection of problems in the breasts, utilizing a procedure that is painless and involves NO exposure to RADIATION.

Thermography, already available in most industrialized countries around the world, is becoming more accessible here as increasing numbers of physicians, clinics and patients around the country discover the importance and value of this safe and effective state-of-the-art screening procedure. For questions about this latest technology please call Charleston Health Partners.Infrared

THERMOGRAPHY
NO RADIATION
100% PAINLESS
TRUE EARLY DETECTION


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843.572.9933
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SOME IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT BREAST CANCER

  • One in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime – a rate that has more than doubled in the last 30 years.
  • Recovery rates have not improved significantly in more than 40 years.
  • Breast cancer is the leading killer of women between the ages of 35 and 54.
  • 70% of breast cancers occur in women with no history of the disease in their families.
  • Early detection is the key to improving recovery rates.

BREAST THERMOGRAPHY

  • In 1982, the FDA approved breast Thermography (infrared imaging) as an adjunctive diagnostic breast cancer screening procedure.
  • Breast Thermography has undergone extensive research since the late 1950's with more than 800 peer-reviewed studies on breast thermography in the medical literature.
  • Breast Thermography

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