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To add to what everyone is saying regarding the removal of vitamin products, have you noticed the recent news regarding the recommendation that women over 50 get an ANNUAL mammogram? Used to be recommended further apart and only for those in high risk categories.
To me this implies that the medical establishment states this is your only way to deal with breast cancer...AFTER it is found and then you go to the 'friendly neighborhood cancer center' (pink wallpaper and all!) and endure the most toxic treatments known to mankind. The 'prevention' accelerates the progression of the disease!! This is very threatening to those of us who try alternative methods. This leads into another comment remembered from my past....

The battle about removal of vitamins has been going on for decades. As early as the 1980's we were fighting this battle. (I repped for a major vitamin manufacturer.) The saving grace was that these products were classified as nutritional supplements and there were always tight regulation on what I, as a representative, could say regarding the benefits. Now, with the increase in product categories, imports, etc...it's a bigger battle to fight (and also big pharma is more powerful w/this administration!) It's not going to be easy to fight now.

Foolgirlhere
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There are very few cancer PREVENTION organizations but, thankfully, this doctor has a big mouth:

http://www.preventcancer.com/patients/mammography/ijhs_mammography.htm

And, of course, there's Dr. Mercola:

http://www.mercola.com/2000/oct/29/thermography.htm

Here's the alternative to mammogram--besides, of course, your own monthly self-exam.

http://www.meditherm.com/

http://www.breastthermography.com/
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Yes Catherine, there are a few voices (thankfully) out there speaking for alternative solutions, however, the medical one has upped the standards for using mammograms and this is the information that the general public gets, that's what amazes me. All these years have passed and all they can come up with is a recommendation for yearly mammograms for everyone over 50???

I personally had the thermographic one done and think it has some benefit to early detection...do you think thermography is as effective as mammograms? Why isn't it replacing or at least being an option for mammogram? Do you have anything from the traditional medical community that supports this as an option?

Foolgirlhere

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Thanks Catherine, great info.

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Do you have anything from the traditional medical community that supports this as an option?

Since thermogram isn't built into their "system," I wouldn't expect to see anything from Official Medicine that supports thermogram but since I intend to use it to replace mammogram, I'm going to check it out. I'll post what I find out here.

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