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In most of the early stage breast cancer patients chemotherapy makes no difference

A new study gives hope (and ammunition) to women diagnosed with breast cancer and who are trying to avoid chemotherapy.

Researchers presented their findings of an almost decade-long study at the American Society of Clinical Oncology conference in Chicago in early June 2018. The groundbreaking study is the largest breast cancer treatment trial ever done, and the research will be published in The New England Journal of Medicine.

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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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