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Breast Cancer Detection

In this video, Ben Johnson spends about 23 minutes speaking on "Breast Cancer Detection" at the 42nd Annual Cancer Convention held on Labor Day weekend by the Cancer Control Society.

About Ben Johnson

BEN JOHNSON, M.D., D.O., N.MD holds a B.S. Degree in Biology and a M.S. Degree in Psychology. Later, he received his M.D. Degree from the University of Science Arts and Technology in Montserrat, West Indies, his D.O. Degree from Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine in Missouri and his N.MD from the United States School of Naturopathy in Washington, DC. Dr. Johnson did his Internship at Phoenix General Hospital in Arizona and his Residency at Doctors Hospital in Tucker, Georgia.

Dr. Ben practiced General Medicine for years in Colorado Springs, Colorado and then, because of his own health challenges, became interested in Complementary and Alternative Medicine, which he practiced for the last 15 years, specializing in Breast Cancer and Breast Cancer Prevention.

He has published a book to help women keep their breasts healthy called The Secret of Health: Breast Wisdom. Recently, he gained the “best seller” title with his book The Healing Codes, which he co-authored with Alex Loyd, N.D. He is currently writing a new book on Thermography because early detection is the key to surviving breast cancer and infrared imaging (Thermography) is the only imaging device that allows for early detection.

Dr. Ben has spoken extensively on radio and television broadcasts as well as being the only medical doctor on the #1 selling DVD The Secret, which explores the power of positive thinking.

Dr. Ben was a Senior Aviation Medical Examiner for the Federal Aviation Administration and a Senior Flight Surgeon in the U.S. Army Reserve also for 12 years. He is a beekeeper, aviator and equestrian and has a passion for life and living.

Dr. Ben and Dr. Galina Migalko, C.C.T. (Certified Clinical Thermographer) work together at Universal Medical Imaging Group, providing full body thermal imaging, full body ultrasound and full body Bio Scan, synthesizing the three together for the most comprehensive non x-ray, non invasive imaging available today.

You may contact Dr. Ben and Dr. Galina at their office in Valley Village, California by phone 818-987-6886 or websites or for more information on thermographic equipment and training


All right. Thank you so much, as always, it's so wonderful to be here. Thank you, Frank. Thank you, Lorraine. Distinguished guests. And you of the audience, because you are why we're here. And without you, all of the distinguished speakers would have no no validity here, of course.

Dr. Adel, thank you so much for that talk. There are so many wonderful speakers here. Later in the day will be Ed Griffin, been a hero of mine for decades. He'll be speaking this this afternoon following me. Don't don't leave because I will be helping you understand the least utilized medical detection technology today after me. Dr. Cyrus Rafie, we'll be sharing with you the most underutilized treatment modality. So be sure and stick around for that. Distinguished guests. I wanted to introduce a few people. Any brand, would you stand up? Best dancer for cancer. Amazing lady.

Dr. Galena, my CO right here in our own L.A. ultrasound and thermography specialist. Linda Hayes, my partner in thermography at Thermography Unlimited, helping to get thermal imaging out there and helping people learn how to do that as a business.

Introduction to Thermography

She's amazing. And so thank you. Thank you so much. And thank you, the audience for being here. Now, let's make sure that I know how to operate this. Probably simply some throwdowns will do. So let's talk about testing. I'm specifically going to talk about thermography and ultra scenography today because they are highly underutilized for breast imaging. They both of these tests can be used for imaging the whole body. For instance, ultrasound. You can look at the thyroid, the carotids, breast and the abdomen. You can see the pancreas, spleen, gall bladder, kidneys, adrenals, and then in the low pelvis, the uterus, prostate, bladder, testicles, ovaries.

So you can use these tests for many means and demography. You can do physiological testing, looking at everything from breast to dental disease to muscle disease, nerve disease to this biopsies of the bowel.

So they're both amazing tests. But we're going to kind of look in today and limit that to breast and the imaging of breast today and how are they fit in them? So they're different type tests. Thermography is a test of physiology. It's not looking at anatomy. So regular doctors just aren't used to seeing physiology analysts who used to looking at physiological aspects. They're used to looking at an anatomy anatomy. So don't expect your local family, doc, or radiologists to have a clue because that's not what they're used to looking at. So the test of of anatomy are ultrasound, MRI and mammography.

And I will talk more to


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