Case study: 76-year-old women presented with a moderate size breast mass that was hard and non-mobile. It had been present for 8 months. She didn't want to get a mammogram so we recommended thermography. 3 days later the thermogram returned showing a malignant tumor. The woman was referred to oncology for further evaluation it has been 5 years and she is still alive and well.
Case study: 73-year-old women presented with breast itching that was unbearable. She refused a mammogram so a breast thermogram was offered. The thermogram came back showing an inflammatory breast that was suspicious of malignancy. The woman still refused a mammogram, she was referred to a breast surgeon and it was confirmed malignancy surgery was offered 2 years later the woman is doing well.
Case study: 43 years old presented for a full body thermogram because of chronic pain, decreased immune system, and cognitive function. Thermogram showed systemic lymph congestion throughout the entire body but worse around the head, neck, and upper body. Lymph enhancement technique was initiated and for the first time in 15 years, she didn't miss work during the winter months, and her pain level reduced from a 9 to a 4.
Case study: A 36-year-old woman presented for a breast thermogram which showed grade 3 inflammation-lymph swelling of the breast and surrounding tissue. After implementing changes with LET - (Lymph enhancement therapy) and changing the bra she wore daily the inflammation and lymph swelling changed. At her 3 monthly follow-up thermography, the inflammation and lymph swelling completely resolved.