News from COEM

May 26, 2011


Due to the exciting new technology in our Thermography department, we have been offering patients the incredible price of $125 for both new and repeat thermograms, an almost 55% discount off the normal $275 cost.


for choosing Thermography

– Using autopsy data on women in their 40’s who died of causes other than cancer, 40%, or 1 in 2.5 women already had incidental or latent breast cancer.

– The peak death rate from breast cancer occurs between ages 40-45 years, and these cancers began approximately 15 years earlier. Screening would have to begin by ages 25-30 years old. However, our health agencies now recommend that with x-ray mammography, screening shouldn’t begin until age 50, because they know that radiation alone increases the risk of inducing cancer. Their reasoning for recommending this later age for beginning mammography screening was never explained to women.

– What the high incidence of latency means is that these incidental cancers may never progress to clinical cancer. But how do you know? Looking for interval changes is the only way, and breast thermography is the only safe and cost-effective procedure available today.

What we have learned from our first ten years and over a thousand patient studies is that breast thermography is one of the most sensitive and specific procedures for detecting early pre-malignant and malignant changes in the breast.

Best of all, thermography doesn’t require dangerous radiation or painful compression of the breast. It can also find changes in breast cells six to ten years before x-ray mammography, making it the safest and most effective screening tool for the detection of breast cancer.

Take advantage of this special price that is ending June 9th. Call or click here to schedule your appointment now.

To Your Health,
Allan D. Lieberman, M.D., F.A.A.E.M.

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