• Controversy Over Mammograms Causing Cancer

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    Mammograms are advised by doctors to be taken by women in order to check if they have breast cancer. Though this can help in detecting cancer, there is a lot of controversy about it. Learn what to say back to your doctor when they suggest mammograms. Learn what Dr. Ben Johnson has to say about mammograms and what other options women have all on the Next Page.

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    18 Responses to “Controversy Over Mammograms Causing Cancer”

    1. Eva Lahonen

      Jan 26. 2016

      Don’t listen

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    2. Jena Wozniuk Cowan

      Jan 26. 2016

      Sandra Melton

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    3. Seriously, this is ridiculous

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    4. Sandra Melton

      Jan 26. 2016

      Now I just have to get off my button and get one.

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    5. Aida Baboudjian

      Jan 27. 2016

      Thanks for sharing Nare jan,

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    6. Rosemary Cutbush

      Jan 27. 2016

      Not something I worry about. Haven’t been to a Doctor in over 2 years, since I went grain free and got healthy.

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    7. Cheryl Viers

      Jan 28. 2016

      My Dr told me I didn’t need to get a mammogram or Pap test every year anymore unless I have a history of cancer. Doctors that have you come back every year are gouging you for money.

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    8. Walter Hollick

      Jan 28. 2016

      Check out Ty Bolingers book cancer:step outside the box. I read another article that stated 65/100 oncologists would not take chemo or radiation if diagnosed because they said it doesn’t work. The treatments were designed to make money. Further research shows that cancer cells cannot survive in an alkaline environment. Keep the body alkaline like it’s supposed to be and you close the door on all cancers.

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    9. Shirley Turgeon

      Jan 29. 2016

      I have always personally felt that squeezing your breasts was not a good thing and I don’t agree with mammograms. I also am very sceptical about chemo. The horrible stories about the effects of chemo outweigh the pros touted about the procedure. I lost a very dear friend to breast cancer several years ago. She was only 42. They operated, operated again because they didn’t get it all then put her thru chemo. She lived for about 4 more years-but-she spent those 4 years constantly going to doctors (out of town) as the cancer just kept spreading thru her whole body. She did not have a life those 4 years. No thank you. If diagnosed I would opt to let nature take its course.

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    10. Susan Gray Adams

      Feb 04. 2016

      They cause cancer. So much radiation directly into the breast

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    11. Beth Hill Ross

      Feb 07. 2016

      Thermography!! And ultrasound if necessary…
      http://www.facebook.com/groups/1120264538013507

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    12. Trisha Lieben Fadeff

      Jan 11. 2018

      Look in my record, you have the thermography report on my breast health. I don’t need a mammogram.

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    13. Debbie Fisher

      Jan 11. 2018

      No thank you. My answer for over 20 yrs.

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    14. Nancy Heck Michelli

      Jan 11. 2018

      Me too.

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    15. Jamie Simmons

      Jan 11. 2018

      I said no thank you and say that repeatedly every year.

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    16. Andee Woodell

      Jan 11. 2018

      Is the thermography the 3 d one.

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    17. Trisha Lieben Fadeff

      Jan 12. 2018

      NO. It is not radiation. It is evaluation through study of heat that reveals so much more than a mammogram can do, like toxicity in the body. Your insurance won’t cover the minimal cost of about $200,

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    18. Chrissy Farris-White

      Jan 12. 2018

      Thermography all of the way!

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