Imaging guidelines

Breast cancers are particularly aggressive in younger women. Statistics indicate that breast cancer accounts for 26% of all cancers in females 15-39 years of age and 39% of all cancers in 35-39 year olds (1). However, there are no guidelines for the use of imaging procedures during these years. With the breast thermography, women in this age group have a very safe and effective tool that they can add to their regular breast-health checkups.

Age Guidelines

Age 20 – Initial thermogram

Age 20 to 29 – Thermogram every 3 years

Age 30 and over – Thermogram annually

High-Risk clients (family history of breast or ovarian cancer) – As frequently as needed*

Who Should Get Screened?

Starting in her 20′s, every woman who has…

  • Family history of breast cancer
  • Breast implants
  • Mastectomy
  • Fear of radiation exposure
  • Fear of breast compression
  • Found a lump
  • Desire to maintain good breast health

*Thermal imaging uses no radiation or breast compression and is 100% safe.

Reference
1. U.S. Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results 1990-1999 and 2000-2004.

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