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Big News: Reduce Mammograms; Coverage for Thermograms
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By Tirza at Better Breast Health – for Life!™

 
Have you heard the news?

Due to risks inherent with mammography, women are now advised to start mammograms later in life and have fewer of them. Finally, the industry acknowledges that mammograms cause harm. Learn more in this month's article Newsflash: Reduce Mammograms.

And are you aware that health sharing programs cover up to 100% of our service costs, and require much lower premiums and deductibles that most insurance? Learn more in the article Liberty HealthShare Lets You Choose Thermography.

Let's clear up any confusion...

Last month's newsletter left some readers confused about the recommended frequency for breast thermograms. Follow-up breast imaging ($195) is still recommended annually (or sooner for higher Thermobiologcal Risk ratings). The review, consultation and preventive education (which adds $80) is only recommended every five years (or sooner if risk increases inexplicably).

Also, many women who have used birth control pills or hormone replacement therapy are concerned about the effects on breast health. Many of them are unaware that our Hormonal Grades can be used to assess estrogen stimulation in the breasts, a potentially significant risk factor. Please spread the word.

On the business front...

In addition to the before-mentioned "big news", October events like Maximized Living Cancer Killer events and the global docu-series, The Truth About Cancer, are enabling men and women to learn about the power of prevention and the role of thermography. As a result, our expansion plans may be accelerating.

For those of you interested in franchising or working with The Thermogrm Center, Inc. as a technician or an interpreter (which requires a license to practice medicine), please stay tuned. If you have not yet expressed your interest in any of these roles and would like to do so, please send an e-mail specifying your interest with a resum
é to info@thermogramcenter.com.

Finally,
Vanesa Iwaniuk joins us as Administrative Assistant. She is a former teacher, calm in demeanor and fluent in Spanish. Please join me in welcoming her.

Next month – I’m be teaming up with Electrical Engineer Riun Ashlie to publish safety tips for EMF devices like cell phones, wi-fi-routers, home appliances and more.


Until Next Month, All the Best. Enjoy the below articles.

Tirza
 

Measure, Monitor & Adjust:

Newsflash: Reduce Mammograms


Breaking News: Due to risks inherent with mammography, the American Cancer Society now recommends that women start later and have fewer mammograms. This approaches the U.S. Preventive Task Force position supporting biennial screening for women aged 50-74. What are younger women to do?
 
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Measure, Monitor & Adjust:

Liberty HealthShare Lets You Choose Thermography


Most Americans believe that they are required to maintain health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. However, there are alternatives that not only reduce the cost of monthly premiums, but also encourage participants to choose their health providers – including thermographers.
 
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Measure, Monitor & Adjust:

8 Reasons to Have a Thermogram at The Thermogram Center, Inc.


“My mammogram is always normal.”
“I have dense (or lumpy) breasts.”
“I have breast implants.”
 “I need additional evaluation following my mammograms.”
 “I’m concerned about a lump.”
“I’m under 45 (or 50) and have a family history of breast cancer.”
“I used birth control pills for years.”
“I want to prevent cancer, not detect it.”
 
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