Actually, I remember from several years ago a conversation I had with Dr. Mostovoy, who said that the term “cancer” should not include tumours that do not metastasize and, therefore, do not threaten life. How interesting to read that he is not the only doctor thinking along these lines. Read Dr. Mercola’s post: The Definition of “Cancer” May Be Narrowed to Prevent Overtreatment of Harmless Tumors
The basic idea is that not all breast masses need to be poked, prodded, squeezed, or further diagnosed, but rather monitored over time for change. The article notes that the cancer industry seems to ignore some root causes of cancer, specifically our environmental and lifestyle choices. In other words, breast cancer is a man-made disease that is preventable.
Don’t know much about what to do to lower your risk of developing cancer? Well, read on – the article concludes with steps you can undertake starting from today! Already have breast cancer? Dr. Mercola points you to where you can learn more about starving cancer cells of their fuel source.
My advice: Schedule a breast thermography appointment! Why? To learn more about your breasts so that you can use that information to track your breast health.