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Friday, 22 July 2016 22:43

The Window To Your Body - MJ Holtz

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MJ Holt joins Mark Alyn to talk about Medical Thermal Imaging - The Window To Your Body.

In recent years studies show that radiation from x-rays and other medical devices can be harmful. Mammogram radiation, checking for breast cancer, is one example. The reports and studies indicate the toxic affects of this technology can actually cause breast cancer.

Ask most women and they will tell you that, the test is often uncomfortable or even painful. The breast is compressed, which may lead to the spread of cancer if cancer is evident.

Let's be clear that women should be checked for breast cancer. The normal mammogram is one thousand times more powerful than a regular chest x-ray. One thousand times more radiation! So if the screening is harmful, what should women do? The answer is Medical Thermal Imaging.

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