Cancer, Graham discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast


Up the heat signals off of the surface of the body and what what will happen there in for most women with us when they get their first thermal Graham not mammogram their first thermogram, they will depress will look relatively normal. They'll look dead. You know almost like there's nothing there. There might be a small especially with low-grade dcis grade one. There might be a small spot or little tiny suggestion of of something abnormal there. But basically the breasts look normal. So that's really good because that indicates that the D Cas doesn't have a lot of inflammation associated with it inflammation is the major driving force behind most breast cancer in terms of you know, the chemistry and in the tissues and and so if if a woman doesn't have a lot of evidence of inflammation and a lot of heat in in around the in the area where Thursday is is found her risk is probably fairly low, but it makes sense to them to regular thermograms once a year if she has a higher grade like a great dog. For grade 3 she might want to increase the frequency, especially if she has a a history that suggests that she might be more risk of breast cancer. Like for example, if she'd like a lot of alcohol or you know, pretty poor diet for a long time, you know a lot of stress. So she feels that her her history month if per physician and working with her feels that you know, she is a pretty high risk then, you know genetic factors as well. Then it would be worthwhile to consider doing it like twice a year, you know to get your thermograms and I've known someone who have done it once every few months with real high risks like grade three grade three d c a s is very different from grade 1 and grade 2 so grade three, it's really a much higher risk, and it tends to look more like regular job. Cancer under a thermogram with the thermogram. So that's that's why I think we're going to see grade three dcsb greeted in the whole different way,.

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