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Thermography Detection, Germs, Breast Cancer

In this video, Christopher Hussar spends about 21 minutes speaking on "Thermography Detection, Germs, Breast Cancer" at the 36th Annual Cancer Convention held on Labor Day weekend by the Cancer Control Society.

About Christopher Hussar

CHRISTOPHER HUSSAR, D.D.S., D.O. received his D.D.S. Degree from University of Detroit Dental College, Michigan in 1978 and his D.O. Degree from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, East Lansing, Michigan in 1986.

With 2 professional Degrees Dr. Hussar occupies a unique niche in Medicine. Although no longer practicing Dentistry, most of his practice involves patients who are having health problems related to chronic oral infections. For 30 years his practice has focused around the treatment of chronic pain disorders, in particular facial pain and somatic pain that arises as a result of focal oral disease. The majority of his practice consists of performing oral surgical procedures designed to eliminate diseased bone and teeth from the jaws.

His interests in chronic illness have lead him down additional pathways of diagnosing and treating such newer epidemic diseases as Lyme Disease and its associated co-infections.

He possesses strong beliefs that most of mankind’s degenerative diseases result in part or totally from chronic infections residing in our bodies.

Dr. Hussar may be contacted through the Century Wellness Center located in Reno, Nevada by phone 775-827-0707.


Hater's. Dear, you said. Yes. That's OK. Thank you all for coming.

I appreciate the Cancer Control Society and Lorraine and Frank and all their support crew that you see it, you don't see what behind the behind the lines and helping us all out. I want to dedicate my lecture today to this gentleman here that you see on the screen. A lot of you know him. This is Dr. George Mining. He died several months ago. He wrote the book Root Canal Cover Up. He was one of the founding members of the Anna Doneck Society. And I think he has spoken here before, perhaps. But I suggest you get his book. He was a dear friend of mine who was a mentor, scholar, father, author and great man. And he sent me many, many patients over the years to do a job on surgery, on an eye surgeries. His whole family. So I just. He's here in spirit. We lost a great man. Medicine and dentistry. Lost a great man here. This is my lecture. We're all trying to put together part of the puzzle here. The silver bullet or the magic bullet for cancer. There really is no magic bullet. But what about the present? Might be another part of the picture. And it's a simple part of the picture. As a dentist, I've been a thorn in the side of the American Dental Association for years because I haven't believed in mercury fillings. I don't believe in root canals. And most of us have chronic infections in our jaw that promote ill health, immune system, depression and probably cancer, which you'll see coming up here in a few minutes. You know, in our culture, we worship the breast, we augmented it will reduce it. We lifted. We uplift it. We kiss it. We caress it. With Susan. We get sick. We're going to cut it off. We're going to burn it off. We're going to we're going to chemo it off. And nobody seems to be doing anything about it.

So we're going to talk about today is thermography how we measure, detect breast cancers using some noninvasive simple technique that's been around for about 50 years. And in association with oral infection.

Above, one point two million people in our world will come down with breast cancer in our country alone, over 200000 women will have breast cancer.

In 1950, a woman had a one in 20 chance of contracting breast cancer. Now it's gonna be one in seven and probably in several years to be more than that. The incidence is multifactorial. I'm going to present you with some of factors that I


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