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Effects of Failed Root Canal Extraction on the Breasts

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Effects of Extracing a Failed Root Canal on the Breasts

Thermal Images Copyright The Thermogram CenterTop Row - 2012: (Former Camera)
Note the lymph flow from the neck into the chest and breasts, particularly the right breast. R – TH 4, L – TH 2

Bottom Row - 2015: (Current Camera)

Note the significant reduction in chest inflammation, the increased symmetry between breasts, and the lack of heat/thermal features therein. R – TH 1, L – TH 1

Following the extraction of left tooth #14, the client’s Thermobiological Risk in the right breast decreased from HIGH risk (4) to LOWEST risk (1). Prevention was supported!!! Of what, we'll never know...

Stress+ and Systemic Inflammation

Stress+ and Systemic Inflammation

Christine AgostaLeftmost Images – 6-24-14

Note the vascularization throughout the top image, raising the index of suspicion for systemic lymphatic inflammation.

R – TH 2, L – TH 3, HG – 3

Rightmost Images – 3-18-15

Note the significant reduction in potential inflammation, the increased symmetry between breasts, and the reduction of heat/thermal features therein.

R – TH 2, L – TH 3, HG – 1-2

After removing wheat and dairy from her diet, repairing a tooth crown which had decay under it, and moving to a less stressful job, her 2015 images suggest much less inflammation. Success and Less Risk!! Her Hormonal Grade, inflated by systemic lymphatic inflammation, decreased.

Effects of Diet on Systemic Lymphatic Inflammation

Effects of Diet on Systemic Lymphatic Inflammation

Thermal Images Copyright The Thermogram CenterLeft: 1998; Right: 2003
Note the intensity of the color black, representing heat, and greater intensity of heat in the left breast (on the right side of the image) in 1998. Note the reduction in overall heat intensity and the increased symmetry in thermal patterns of the breasts in 2003.

R – TH 3, L – TH 4 R – TH2, L – TH 2

In the five year period in between these images, this client emphasized cleansing/detoxing of the body, particularly the liver and colon, while emphasizing a nutrient-rich vs. calorie-rich organic diet. She reports that she has lost weight, feels great, and believes she has less systemic inflammation.

Effects of RIFE on Highest-Risk Breast

Effects of RIFE on Highest-Risk Breast

Wanda BuskirkLeft: 10-22-11; Right: 5-5-12
Note the reduction in vascularization in the left breast between 2011 and 2012. In just under 7 months of applying RIFE treatments 1-2 times per week, this client reduced her left breast thermobiological risk rating from a TH – 5 to a TH – 3, supporting prevention.

Effects of Microbial Infection on Sinuses, Energy Levels and Body Weight

Effects of Microbial Infection on Sinuses, Energy Levels and Body Weight

diane kraftLeft: 8-23-10; Right: 9-21-11

Note how the intense inflammation draining lymphatically, particularly from the right cheek and sinus area, significantly diminished in the right image.

In 2010 this client reported post nasal drip and rosacea that she had for as long as she could remember. Her imaging raised the index of suspicion for infection in the sinuses and a possible connection to the gut. (The gut and sinuses can act as one system.) Following diagnosis and treatment with a holistic healthcare provider, her 2011 imaging suggests the infection is clearing/has cleared. The client reported that her rosacea had cleared, she had lost 15 pounds, and her energy had increased dramatically.

Estrogen Stimulation in the Breasts

Estrogen Stimulation in the Breasts

Laura - 4 images in B+W and ColorNote the extensive vasodilation in the left images. The right images followed 3 months of nutritionally-based estrogen metabolism support.

Note the significant reduction in breast vasodilation, suggesting a decrease in estrogen stimulation, a significant risk factor for developing breast cancer.

Her Hormonal Grade decreased from 3 to 1 in 3 months.

For more success stories, click “Before & After Examples”.