Lecture by Dr. Ben Johnson “Thermography: The New Mammography”


Dr. Ben Johnson MD, NMD, DO talks about breast cancer prevention using Diagnostic Medical Thermography.
It is widely acknowledged that cancers, even in their earliest stages, need nutrients to maintain or accelerate their growth. In order to facilitate this process, blood vessels are caused to remain open, inactive blood vessels are activated, and new ones are formed through a process known as neoangiogenesis. This vascular process causes an increase in surface temperature in the affected regions, which can be viewed with infrared imaging cameras. Additionally, the newly formed or activated blood vessels have a distinct appearance, which thermography can detect. Heat is an indication that inflammation exists, and typically inflammation is present in precancerous and cancerous cells, too. The most promising aspect of thermography is its ability to spot anomalies years before mammography. Since thermal imaging detects changes at the cellular level, studies suggest that this test can detect activity 8 to 10 years before any other test. This makes it unique in that it affords us the opportunity to view changes before the actual formation of the tumor. Studies have shown that by the time a tumor has grown to sufficient size to be detectable by physical examination or mammography, it has in fact been growing for about seven years achieving more than 25 doublings of the malignant cell colony. At 90 days there are two cells, at one year there are 16 cells, and at five years there are 1,048,576 cells–an amount that is still undetectable by a mammogram. With thermography as your regular screening tool, it’s likely that you would have the opportunity to make adjustments to your diet, beliefs and lifestyle to transform your cells before they became cancerous.

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One thought on “Lecture by Dr. Ben Johnson “Thermography: The New Mammography””

  1. Very interesting, I had one mammogram, and hated it… I am not convinced that every breast anomaly should be treated anyway… There is much evidence to suggest that some tumours would be better left un-disturbed… As they are slow growing, and as soon as you go into a tumour, it will invade the surrounding tissue… My comment here though is about your last sentence …. We don’t need any diagnostic to know that its important to make “adjustments to your diet, beliefs and lifestyle to transform your cells before they became cancerous”. This would be better as your first sentence as its most important message here! Thank you fir posting.


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