Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Roughly 40-50% of women have dense breast tissue. Unfortunately, studies have shown that mammograms can miss breast cancer between 45-50% of the time in women with dense breast tissue. While mammograms may be the standard of care in conventional medicine, we utilize several other screening methods. This week, we will be sharing some of the best ways to detect breast cancer at it’s earliest stages. These include:

  • Ultrasounds

  • Mammograms

  • Thermography

On Friday, we are releasing a video where Dr. Martin Bales, LAc DAOM, will be discussing these different detection methods. Along with describing the benefits of each of these, Dr. Bales explains the pros and cons of each and why we often recommend all three here at Cancer Center for Healing. Tune in to our Youtube channel on Friday through the link below to watch! P.S. Watch the testimonial below from one of our breast cancer patients.

Your Partner in Health, Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy

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