How does MDITI work?
The NEO-ANGIOGENESIS (new blood vessel growth) theory states that cancer cells need new blood vessels to thrive.
Cancer cells would stimulate the growth of NEW blood vessels as survival mechanism to feed its higher nutritional and metabolic needs.
With more blood vessels supplying nutrients, extra blood flow increases heat level of the affected area. Thermography detects this phenomenon using sensitive infrared cameras designed for medical applications. The formation, growth and development of breast cancer at its earliest stage can now be effectively screened, monitored and tracked.
The client will be asked to cool down for a few minutes before disrobing from waist up as images of the front, sides, and oblique views of the breasts are taken by a female nurse. Images are sent to a U.S. Board Certified Clinical Thermographer for interpretation of results.