TH1 – Lowest Risk; TH2 – Low Risk
– Lowest and low thermobiological risk of developing cancer.
– 12 month thermal imaging follow-up for women over 30 years of age.
– Clients are advised to follow their doctor’s recommendations regarding breast screening, and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
TH3 – Medium Risk
– Medium thermobiological risk of developing breast cancer.
– Early thermal imaging follow-up is recommended to monitor signs of stability and/or change, typically at 6 months. When subsequent imaging indicates stability, standard 12-month follow-up is typically recommended.
– Clients are advised to follow their doctor’s recommendations regarding breast evaluation, maintain healthy lifestyles, and consider exploring opportunities to reduce risk factors with a qualified health provider.
TH4 – High Risk; TH5 – Highest Risk
– High and highest thermobiological risk of developing breast cancer.
– Early thermal imaging follow-up is recommended, typically at 3 months in an attempt to discern transient and benign conditions, i.e. infection, congestion, inflammation from cancerous conditions given the average doubling time for active cancer is 3 months.
– Clients are strongly recommended to see their doctor about further evaluation. When all anatomical examinations are normal, clients are advised to optimize their risk factors and consider proactive efforts/treatments under the guidance of a qualified/functional health provider.