Women with aggressive breast cancer "face higher risk of other cancers"
- Author: Douglas Reid Oct 25, 2019,
Oct 25, 2019, 0:28
The popular tourist attraction provides 360-degree panoramic views over the city and interactive thermal imaging displays, allowing visitors to see heat spots all over their body. In May of this year, Bal visited us at Camera Obscura on a family trip to Edinburgh.
The mom thanked the museum for helping her to make the startling discovery, adding: "I can not tell you enough about how my visit to the Camera Obscura changed my life". "While making our way through the floors we got to the thermal imaging camera room".
"We did not realize that our thermal camera had the potential to detect life-changing symptoms in this way", he said.
Compared to those without interval breast cancer, patients with interval breast cancer who also had another type of cancer were three times more likely to have a family history of multiple cancers. On returning home, Bal investigated further and discovered that thermal imaging cameras are often used as a tool by oncologists. "I can not tell you enough about how my visit to the Camera Obscura changed my life".
Nasser Institute for Research and Treatment is organizing a seminar next Tuesday on proper dieting to help treat or avoid breast cancer. "We wish her all the best with her recovery and hope to meet her and her family in the future".
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Owner of the salon, Jessica Woodrup, said: "Raising awareness of breast cancer is something close to our hearts and unfortunately, some of our client's hearts too, and one in particular, which has made us want to raise awareness".
Rubin said all women should make sure to attend routine mammography screening appointments.
Winters' finest are sporting pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and have invited the public to participate in the 2019 Pink Patch Program.
Don't forget: for women around the age of 40-50, it's recommended to get mammograms at least every year.
"While doing this I noticed a heat patch (red in colour) coming from my left breast". Thankfully, it was detected early enough, and Bal is now receiving treatment.