[LADIES] This Medical Scam is Targeting YOU!
I’m not against modern medicine—but I am opposed to a lot of modern medical practices.
Too many useless procedures have become routine… and downright dangerous.
Yet they’ve been pushed on the public for so long that people look at you like you have two heads when you tell them the truth.
This is especially the case with a common procedure that women are told to get every year.
It’s supposed to protect you from cancer… but in reality, it can cause it.
Here’s what you need to know to stay safe.
The medical establishment pushes women to undergo yearly mammograms—but you’ll never see me telling a patient to get one.
The only time a mammogram should be considered is if you detect a mass, or if you have an abnormal thermography.
But never just for routine screening.
There are two big reasons for this.
First, mammograms simply don’t work.
Yes, they detect some tumors—but they don’t save lives.
The prestigious Cochrane Institute analyzed 7 trials involving over 600,000 women from 39-74 years old. These studies showed that there was NO DIFFERENCE in mortality among the women who received a mammogram and those who didn’t.
That’s right, folks, mammograms didn’t save one single life.
Second, mammograms cause more harm than good.
Mammograms are infamous for causing false positives… which sets the stage for unnecessary surgeries and undue emotional trauma.
But worse than that, mammograms are known to cause cancer when the sensitive breast tissue is exposed to massive amounts of ionizing radiation.
In fact, one study showed that high-risk women who were exposed to radiation had a 1.5 times greater risk of developing breast cancer than those not exposed to radiation.
I could go on, but I don’t want to just talk about the problem… I want to talk about the solution.
And I’ve got just the thing.
In my practice here in Tucson, our first line of defense against breast cancer is a technology called digital thermography.
Thermography works by measuring infrared heat from your body and can be used over time to detect changes that occur. One of its key benefits is that it finds cancerous changes in the body FAR EARLIER than a mammogram can—which gives you the best chance for recovery.
And best of all, when added to regular breast health checkups, thermography increases survival rate by 61%.
Next time you’re getting pressured to get a mammogram, talk to your doctor about digital thermography instead.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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