Author: Yunona Hagopjanian

Mammograms increase risk of breast cancer

Video Transcript: Do Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines Lead to Over-Diagnosis?

Ty Bollinger: Early detection is your best protection.

Sayer Ji: Exactly. They even equated this meme with prevention when in fact you’re exposing your breast to a type of radiation that is actually known to have a higher risk of causing cancer in the breast. Especially if you have the BRCA1 and 2 gene mutations that everyone is so concerned about. Because they make it harder for you to damage, to radiate, to protect yourself from radiation-induced damage.

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A Thermogram can detect events leading to development of cancer

WHY WAIT?

A THERMOGRAM CAN DETECT events leading to CANCER UP TO 10 YEARS BEFORE ANY OTHER MODALITY

It takes years for a mass or tumor to grow to the size when it can be seen by a mammogram.  That’s how long it takes for the cells of an average growing cancer to grow to about the size of a pea (about 1 cm) and most often does not appear in a mammogram if any smaller than this.

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From our pain to yours (HPV Vaccine)

When in 2015 in CA bill was proposed to eliminate the personal belief and religious vaccine exemption, SB277, not a lot of people were thinking it will go through. Not a lot of people knew about it. Why? Because there was lack of education. What I would like to open in this letter to all parents-in others states, and other countries, is to put down some facts that happened after the law took effect.
For the Doctors and medical professionals who will be reading this, I would like to remind why we are in healthcare profession-to “first, do no harm”.

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