Unlike most diagnostic tests D.I.T.I is: Non Invasive, No Radiation, Painless, No Contact with the body and F.D.A Registered.
Digital infrared thermal imaging is a painless, non invasive, clinical imaging procedure for detecting and monitoring a number of conditions and physical injuries, by showing the thermal abnormalities present in the body. It is used to aid for diagnosis and prognosis, as well as monitoring therapy progress for conditions and injuries, including; Back Injuries / Digestive Disorders / Arthritis / Sprain/Strain Skin Cancer / Referred Pain / Headache / Unexplained Pain Nerve Damage / Breast Disease / Fibromyalgia / Stroke Screening / Dental and TMJ / Carpal Tunnel / Vascular Disease Artery Inflammation.
– Clinical D.IT.I is providing answers in the diagnosis of pain.
– The only method available for visualization of pain and pathology.
– Can access pain and pathology anywhere on the body.
– Is very cost effective, risk free and provides instant results.
– X-Ray, C.T. Ultrasound and M.R.I are tests of anatomy that measure the structures of your body. DITI is unique in its capability to show physiological change and metabolic processes.
Mammography is a great example of a stubborn head-in-the-sand approach to cancer screening. Americans are already exposed to seven times more radiation from diagnostic scans than they were in 1980. It is well known that ionizing radiation increases the cellular mutations that lead to cancer—and mammograms aim a highly focused dose directly at your breasts, thereby increasing your cancer risk!
WHY would you want to do this? Mammograms expose your body to radiation that can be 1,000 times greater than a chest x-ray, which we know poses a cancer risk. Mammography also compresses your breasts tightly, and often painfully, which could lead to a lethal spread of cancerous cells, should they exist. Dr. Charles B. Simone, a former clinical associate in immunology and pharmacology at the National Cancer Institute, said: “Mammograms increase the risk for developing breast cancer and raise the risk of spreading or metastasizing an existing growth.”Others have spoken out against mammography. Dr. Samuel Epstein, a top cancer expert who has been warning people for years about the dangers of mammography, explains:”The premenopausal breast is highly sensitive to radiation, each 1 rad exposure increasing breast cancer risk by about 1 percent, with a cumulative 10 percent increased risk for each breast over a decade’s screening…””The high sensitivity of the breast, especially in young women, to radiation-induced cancer was known by 1970. Nevertheless, the establishment then screened some 300,000 women with X-ray dosages so high as to increase breast cancer risk by up to 20 percent in women aged 40 to 50 who were mammogramed annually.”In July 1995, an article in The Lancet about mammograms read:”The benefit is marginal, the harm caused is substantial, and the costs incurred are enormous.” There is no solid evidence that mammograms save lives, in spite of the propaganda some organizations constantly parrot to the press. Mammograms are often touted as a “life-saving” form of cancer screening, responsible for reducing breast cancer death rates by 15 to 25 percent. But this reported benefit is based on outdated studies done decades ago. In September 2010, the New England Journal of Medicine, one of the most prestigious medical journals, published the first recent study in years to look at the effectiveness of mammograms, and their findings are a far cry from what most public health officials and physicians would have you believe. Their bottom line was that mammograms might have only reduced cancer death rates by 0.4 deaths per 1,000 women—an amount so small it may as well be zero. Put another way, 2,500 women would have to be screened over 10 years for a single breast cancer death to be avoided. So, not only are mammograms unsafe, but they are NOT saving lives as many professionals believed they were. Past research has also demonstrated that adding an annual mammogram to a careful physical examination of the breasts does not improve breast cancer survival rates over a physical examination alone. The Full Article: http://xtorays.com/articlebc.html