Breast Health

Laura G Owens on November 4th, 2013

Updated: April 6th, 2015  Adding mammogram or not? Now, I’m not sure. Why I changed my mind and had a 3D mammogram last year: Last year I spoke to a nurse at my imaging center and told her I stopped doing mammograms because I didn’t want repeated radiation (beyond what we all get day to […]

Continue reading about Why I added mammogram back last year (but won’t this year)

IMPORTANT!! Cancer screenings….The following is an excerpt from an Orlando Sentinel article. The statement may sound radical. It’s not. My thermographer has been saying this to me for two years.  This is the FIRST time I’ve seen this printed in mainstream media. Dr. Mercola, the holistic health guru I follow, has been against mammograms for sometime now. “Studies have also found that, because […]

Continue reading about Breast cancer screenings: Too many of the wrong kind. What’s the best option?

  Anyone who regularly sees my posts knows I advocate for a three-prong breast cancer screening approach: 1. Physical exam by health care practitioner 2. MRI (ultrasound follow up if abnormal findings) 3. Thermogram by a board certified thermographer who specializes in breast health. Go to a  thermographer certified in breast thermography. I see Nelly Yefet in Florida because of her credentials and exam protocol […]

Continue reading about Why I’m opting out of mammograms and opting into THIS breast cancer screening approach.

Laura G Owens on September 7th, 2011

  After reading about some of the negatives of mammography and doing a tremendous amount of research on breast thermography I opted out of getting a mammogram last year (after doing them for 14 years) and had a thermogram with a certified thermographer. Just recently however, Dr. William Amalu, a chiropractor with 19 years experience in thermal […]

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