Kristine Blanche is a Certified Physician Assistant and an Integrative Healthcare Provider. She has been practicing Integrative Medicine for ten years focusing on patients’ Holistic Cancer care and Integrative Cancer care helping them with their battle with cancer. She recently decided to run a study on Digital Infrared Thermography as a preventive tool for breast cancer which she is currently funding in Indiegogo. This technology basically helps detect the underlying causes of your illness years ahead than of a traditional mammogram or ultrasound. Find out more of this medical breakthrough and how it can help anyone take control over their illness and live a healthier lifestyle. Part 2 of 2.
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn
- How Kristine elaborated about the Digital Infrared Technology and how it picks up information in the body and acts as a road map leading to major potential problem.
- About her current funding activity in Indiegogo and her objectives for her research.
- About the preventative protocols they perform along with the use of this technology
- About the purpose of her putting this research into documentation despite the technology being already approved by the FDA.
- How much the equipment costs.
- How she and her thermography technicians assess/diagnose thermography readings
- Kristine Blanche’s website
- Fund Cutting Edge Research- Natural approach to preventing breast cancer : The current funding activity of Kristine in Indiegogo
- Follow Kristine on Twitter
- Kristine’s LinkedIn account
- Dr. Ben Lynch’s website – mentioned in the episode regarding gene mutation
The Onwards Medical Breakthrough
‘Nanodaisies’ deliver drug cocktail to cancer cells
“Biomedical engineering researchers have developed daisy-shaped, nanoscale structures that are made predominantly of anti-cancer drugs and are capable of introducing a “cocktail” of multiple drugs into cancer cells. The researchers are all part the joint biomedical engineering program at North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.”
“We found that this technique was much better than conventional drug-delivery techniques at inhibiting the growth of lung cancer tumors in mice,” says Dr. Zhen Gu, senior author of the paper and an assistant professor in the joint biomedical engineering program. “And based on in vitro tests in nine different cell lines, the technique is also promising for use against leukemia, breast, prostate, liver, ovarian and brain cancers.”
You can learn more about this discovery at this link.
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Breast Thermal Before and After Images