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Thermography Articles 2017-01-25T00:17:50+00:00


About Thermography

Advances in Medical Infrared 2002

Are Breast Thermograms Accurate Enough to Use?

Beyond Thermography

Breast Jouranal Paper 2004

Breast Thermography: History, Theory, and Use


Dangers of Mammogram

Endocrine disrupters and human health

Endogenous estrogen

Estrogens as Endogenous Genotoxic Agents


Efficacy of Computerized Infrared Imaging Analysis to Evaluate Mammographically Suspicious Lesions

Effectiveness of a noninvasive digital infrared thermal imaging system in the detection of breast cancer

Influence of Estrogen Plus Progestin on Breast Cancer and Mammography

Mammograms may harm young BRCA mutation carriers

Manipulation of the Primary Breast Tumor and the Incidence of Sentinel Node Metastases From Invasive Breast Cancer

Newsletter Special Report (Thermography)

Nondestructive Testing of the Human Breast: The Validity of Dynamic Stress Testing in Medical Infrared Breast Imaging

Newsletter Article

Radiation, Risks Are Focus of Breast Screening Studies

RSNA: Ultrasound, MRI Helpful Aids for Dense Breasts

Relationship Between Microvessel Density and Thermographic Hot Areas in Breast Cancer

The Medical Use of Infrared-Thermography History and Recent Applications

The Promise of Thermography

Thermography Secret Weapon

Tissue-Specific Synthesis and Oxidative Metabolism of Estrogens

Understanding the Role of DITI* in Breast Screening

Vascular Targeting Agents as Cancer Therapeutics

What Doctors Are Saying About Breast Thermography

This information is provided by the Professional Academy of Clinical Thermology.

Anthony Piana, DC, FPACT and Alexander Sepper, MD, Ph.D have been working hard to recover many lost studies from the former Soviet Union.

The former Soviet Union widely employed thermal testing for breast cancer and other cancer detection. The goal of PACT is to revitalize these studies and enter them into the mainstream.

Professional Academy of Clinical Thermology

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