Breast Cancer Detection
In this video, Galina MigalkoBen Johnson spends about 25 minutes speaking on "Breast Cancer Detection" at the 43rd Annual Cancer Convention held on Labor Day weekend by the Cancer Control Society.
About Galina Migalko
GALINA MIGALKO, M.D., N.M.D. brings more than 30 years of excellence in non-invasive Diagnostic Medical Imaging. After graduating with her M.D. from Uzghorod Medical University, Ukraine in 1988, Dr. Magalko worked for years in wellness clinics and diagnostic medical centers as practitioner and administrator. She has pioneered and developed a revolutionary Full Body Comprehensive Medical Diagnostic Non-Invasive, Painless, Non-Radioactive Scan which includes a Full Body Medical Bio-Electric Scan, Interstatial Metabolic pH Testing, detailed medical reports and consultation to evaluate all physiological, anatomical and functional information about all tissues, glands and organ systems.
Dr. Migalko is the world’s leader in non-invasive, non-radioactive diagnosis treatment and early detection of cancer, heart disease, diabetes, metabolic acidosis, circulatory and lymphatic issues, infertility, and other preventable and treatable health challenges.
Dr. Migalko relocated to the United States in 1998. In 2011 she received her NMD from the University of Science, Arts & Technology in Montserrat, West Indies, and as CEO and President, founded Universal Medical Imaging Group that centers on the importance and principles of wellness and early detection.
Currently she is working on her dissertation in Quantum Medicine showing the benefits of combining the best from the conventional Western medicine with complementary and alternative diagnostic services and therapies.
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 www.universalimaging.com or for more information on thermographic equipment and training www.meetdrben.com.
Thank you, Frank and Lorraine.
Cancer Control Society and most importantly, thank you very much from Dr. Glena and myself, because you're the reason that we're here to share information and to give knowledge and understanding, as so many other speakers have today.
So. So thank you for being here. OK. I'm not advancing here with either arrow. Thank you.
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Few technical difficulties. So let's talk about demography and ultrasound and what else is available out there, because that's important to understand that. So thermography is a test of physiology, unlike any other test out there. There are other tests of anatomy. Ultrasound, MRI and mammography.
And we'll talk about those first, because that's what's currently out there and being talked about. So mammograms, as you can see, this breast is not properly pancaked. And of course, the technician would leave the room before all the X-rays were disseminated into the breast. This is what a mammogram looks like we're looking for. Calcium.
In the breast, and you can see that calcium very plainly there.
And they're being very generous. They're from fifty two to seventy six percent sensitive. If you look at Susan B. Coleman's site, a lot of the mammogram studies are down in the 30 and 40 percent sensitivity, which is more like the truth of the premenopausal breast. In other words, the younger the women, the more sensitive the breast tissue is to the radiation, the x rays that they're receiving for x rays total if they have a normal test without any false positives.
Let's go back. There was a study here that skipping.
OK, I will just read because we're skipping the slide. The Danish Medical Society wanted to give mammograms to their ladies, but they wanted to make sure that it was a good test before they did that. So are they hard? The Nordic Conference Center, which is the ultimate. Statistical analysis of the world for medical literature and what they concluded was that scientific basis for mammography screening is very uncertain. We cannot exclude the possibility the screening does more harm than good. Now, that was actually dumbed down. The Danish Medical Society would not actually print what they said. However, they printed it the next year in The Lancet, the most prestigious medical journal in the world, that there is no decrease in breast cancer mortality. In other words, women don't die less often of breast cancer when they get mammograms. Screening with mammography is unjustified and mammograms cause a four percent increase in mortality.
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