Mammograms: When Your Doctor Suggests Regular Check, This is What You Need to Say Back

Breast cancer is one of the worst diseases for many women, and commonly performing mammograms are recommended as a precaution. However, you need to see what Dr. Ben Johnson has to say about this testing. Pay a close attention to what this doctor says about mammograms. Here is the complete interview with this renowned doctor:

Dr. Ben Johnson is an established doctor who wrote a book “The Secret of Health Breast Wisdom”. In this book he states that by using the mammograms women are put at higher risk of getting cancer because according to him mammograms trigger breast cancer. Performing mammograms, especially regular ones are not healthy for women. It is a true fact already released in the peer review literature.

Nonetheless, today women are still recommended to do regular mammograms and usually advised by their gynecologist or family doctor. It is not a pleasant procedure, the machine is shoved down the throat of the woman, and extreme coercion needs to be done in order for the mammogram to be performed which is causing breast cancer. This procedure does not save lives; in fact it elevates the risk of breast cancer by 4%.

Ty Bollinger leads this interview with Dr. Ben Johnson clarifying what this detection method of breast cancer is doing to the woman’s body.

Dr. Ben Johnson maintains that it is a horrible test where the women’s breasts are smashed and after that irradiating with cancer-causing radiation. It is an entirely insensitive procedure, and above all only 52% effective, meaning if half of the females have breast cancer, this testing will not detect their cancer. So, it is highly ineffective test even though it is still performed and also causes breast cancer. However, there are better alternatives to this test of anatomy. Mammograms, ultrasounds and MRIs are all tests of anatomy. If you have detected a lump on your breast go for the test of anatomy which is an ultrasound that can show the consistency of the lump. The personnel performing the ultrasound can see if there is calcium in it. Likewise the blood flow will be visualized as the tumors have increased blood circulation. The sensitivity of the ultrasound is approximately 80%, being substantially higher from the 52% of the mammograms.
Yet, the best prevention would be thermography, an infrared thermal camera which can successffully perform the breast screening. Moreover, nothing will touch the woman’s breast causing smashing, and there is no radiation to trigger cancer.

Dr. Ben Johnson says, quoting: “…. we are leaving out heat in the spectrum called infrared. There’s infrared, visual, and ultraviolet. So this is the infrared spectrum of light, which our eyes don’t see, but which is very noticeable by the camera. The military developed this so that they might see people sneaking at them at nighttime and so that they could shoot down rockets and things due to the fact that they’re producing heat”.

In fact, it similar to night vision goggles which are infrared safety glasses, but in medical terms it is used to detect hotspots in the breast. Dr. Ben Johnson explains that before the tumor develops in the body the cancer cells were in the body 8 to 10 years before the tumor has appeared. They started as 2 cells, 4 cells, 16 cells, 144 cells, and so on. It will need almost eight years to become around one centimeter in size for the mammogram or an ultrasound to find it. But, this is too late as 1 centimeter growth, which is around five-sixteenths of an inch, is approximately one billion cells.

With this incredibly high number of cancer cells, the cancer has already eroded into the lymphatic system and the venous system and it’s shedding cancer cells all over the body. For that reason we cannot state that mammograms save lives, because by far it is NOT an early detection of cancer. So, the popular line: “Early detection saves lives. Get your mammogram today.”, is so wrong, but it refers only to the last line.

Dr. Ben Johnson says: “Early detection does save lives. It’s simply that mammography is not early detection; it’s too late. And after that the cancer-causing radiation. So the long and the short is you’re triggering far more breast cancer with mammograms than you are discovering”.