"The biggest problem with the U.S. health-care system is that it has long been designed to respond to illness rather than prevent it. When we do get a cancer evaluation, too often it's a diagnosis of advanced disease that has spread beyond the initial tumor site.
"Not only is this a deadly way to practice medicine, but it's also a breathtakingly expensive one."Source: TIME Dec 1, 2008
Over the past 50 years the U.S. health-care system has only offered women "seek and destroy" as the sole medial strategy for breast cancer. That strategy has been oversold and still persists, even though it has not delivered the anticipated answer to eliminating or even reducing the incidence of the disease. Some experts even believe it has done far more harm than good.
Any war strategist would tell you it's time to prepare for a different strategy.
Thermography does not see cancer. It's too late by the time it can be "seen." Cancer spends the huge majority of its life as a microscopic organism. The chart, below, illustrates the growth of a cancer from initial damaged cell to detectable tumor.
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25 years and 90,000 women later shows no benefit of mammograms versus breast exams.
"Too much mammography" concludes Britsh Medical Journal.