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Sunday, August 17, 2008

Warning | Mammograms Cause Breast Cancer

You want to be safe and you want to have some assurance that you don't have breast cancer. With all the scare about the incidence of breast cancer rising, you want something from the medical community. But, dear reader, you don't want a mammogram. Mammograms, a procedure that uses low-dose X-Rays to visualize the breast tissue, causes more harm than help. The radiation may be termed "low-dose," but no dose is low enough for human DNA and even so-called low-dose X-Rays are known to damage DNA. They are also known to cause breast cancer. So why are women having a test to detect breast cancer when the test itself causes breast cancer? Simple answer: they are ignorant of the facts. But now you know. And you are asking, "What can I do?" The answer will be discussed in another post. The best test for breast cancer is thermography, a harmless test that uses body heat to more accurately detect breast cancer than a mammography.

  1. Do Mammograms Cause Cancer?? (Accessed August 17, 2008.)
  2. Rcik Ensminger. Alert - Mammograms Cause Cancer. (Accessed August 17, 2008.)
  3. From Dr. Mercola's Web site: Barry Lynes. Mammography Enters the Depths of Deceit. (Accessed August 17, 2008.)
  4. Major Confusion on How to Do Breast Checks. (Accessed Oct 16, 2008.) This is an excellent overview by Dr. Mercola.


embracing health for life said...

iam having this every two years. I really hate but I need it. Thanks for the visit
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Designing Hilary said...

THANK YOU!!!! I can't tell you how many times I get verbally beat up by well-meaning friends because I refuse to submit to mammograms.

I'm no doctor, no research scientist, but it doesn't take an IQ that blows the roof to figure out that x-rays shot through tender tissue can cause problems.

I've challenged people to look at the charts showing the increase of breast cancer to the charts showing the increased use of mammography and tell me there's no connection.

So again, THANK YOU!