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The following are questions that are frequently asked – if you have any questions about Pink Imaging or Breast Thermography that is not addressed here, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Who is Pink Image? Pink Image's Bio's.

William Hobbins, M.D. - Pink Image Advisor

William Hobbins, M.D. started breast thermography in 1971 after being a mammographer in the 1960s. He realized the limitations of mammography and wanted to offer women an additional imaging technique. From 1971 to 1974 he scanned over 100,000 women throughout the Midwest. He has conducted countless studies in breast thermography and compiled the breast thermography model, by which all certified interpreters are trained. He was a founding member of the only 2 nationally certified thermography boards (AAT & IACT). Because of Dr. Hobbins perseverance, women have a greater chance of prevention and early detection.

Wendy Sellens, L.Ac. WABT-BTI

Founder of The Pink Bow Company. A non-profit foundation for Breast Cancer Prevention from Breast Thermography Research and Education. Prevention is the only sure cure!

Co-Founder of the Women's Academy of Breast Thermography

Co-Founder and President of Pink Image Breast Thermography Clinic

Pink Image's Breast Thermographic Consultant

Founder of Pink Image Analysis - Breast Thermography Interpretation Services

Author of Breast Cancer Boot Camp - Dr.Hobbins' Breast Thermography Revolution

Founder of Protect the tee tees foundation. An organization focused on young women's (ages 18+) breast heath

Director and creator of the Youtube channel, Blog, Facebook page and Insta-gram tee tees revolution. Watch videos to learn more...

Founder of naked organics. Organic, petro-chemical free and estrogen free bath and body products

Wendy owns whiteRAVEN studioACUPUNCTURE where she practices orthopedic acupuncture and hormone balancing

Wendy's background has allowed her to open the first one of its kind - a breast boutique. This ground breaking medical clinic integrates holistic medicine, hormone balance and breast thermography to test and treat women's health issues. She is currently conducting several pilot studies on breast risk and hormone balance with breast thermography.

Her pilot studies, research and clinical experience have provided evidence to show what is increasing breast risk and hormone imbalances in women. This unique experience has allowed her to educate women along with the correct treatment method for them. You are welcome to become a patient or simply read the book and practice the easy to follow tips in the comfort of your own home.

Wendy also specializes in orthopedic acupuncture and sports medicine along with esthetics. Patients truly experience a holistic environment at her medical clinic. Patients can optimize their heath at this unique medical clinic and become the strongest, healthiest, most beautiful version of them.

Masters of Science, Traditional Oriental Medicine
Bachelors of Science, Psychology

Wendy completed a 6 year Breast Thermography Externship/Certification under William Hobbins MD.

Wendy has thus far completed 6 years of breast health and hormone balance education with William Hobbins MD.

Wendy is also a certified medical Qi gong instructor, esthetician and massage therapist for the past 14 years.

Martin Bales, L.Ac. DAOM WABT-BTI

Co-founder of the Women's Academy of Breast Thermography

Co-founder and Vice President of Pink Image Breast Thermography Clinic

Owner of Integrative Wellness Clinic, Eastlake, CA

Director of Pain Management at Center for New Medicine in Irvine, CA

Martin grew up working with his father, Maurice Bales, at Bales Scientific, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of medical devices. Maurices first two machines were infrared cameras. Practitioners around the world purchased these cameras for breast thermography and other diagnostic applications. Martin is proud to use the latest model high-resolution camera at Pink Image to ensure outstanding image quality. He has been utilizing thermography for pain management and industrial applications for the past 14 years.

Doctorate of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine
Masters of Science, Traditional Oriental Medicine
Bachelors of Science, Electrical Engineering

Martin completed a 3 year Breast Thermography Externship/Certification with William Hobbins, M.D.

What is certified breast thermography?

Over the past decade, and in particular the past five years, there has been a sharp rise in the number of clinics throughout the United States who provide breast thermography services to either compliment or replace conventional screening methods. While this increase has helped to publicize thermography and its many benefits to the general population, veteran certified thermographers have noted many problems and numerous safety concerns with the implementation of these uncertified clinics' methods and protocols. In addition, the marketing approach taken by some of the camera manufacturers themselves is highly questionable at best and in most cases unethical.

Please note that this article pertains to thermography of the breast only. Other areas of the body, such as the neck and back, are much easier to diagnose and therefore requirements are not as strict. Internal organs such as lungs, kidneys, uterus and cervix are too deep and cannot be directly monitored by thermography. Thermography may be able to detect referred patterns from the organs but this requires an extensive interpretation (even more than breast thermography) along with correlation with other medical imaging.

Let's begin by examining the standards and protocols currently in place by other established medical imaging modalities such as ultrasound, MRI, mammography, etc. Suppose a patient is referred by their primary care physician (PCP) to one of these modalities to investigate a symptom the patient is experiencing. The process would begin with the patient making an appointment with a local hospital or imaging center where the imaging modality was offered. During the scheduling conversation, the patient would be advised of any specific protocols to be followed prior to imaging as well as information about the imaging itself. At the appointment, the patient would first be instructed on the imaging process and then have their images taken by a technician licensed specifically in the protocols and trained on equipment they were operating. The images would be sent to a radiologist (Medical Doctor) for interpretation and they would generate a report utilizing appropriate scoring standards and medical language. At the end of the process, the patient is confident that the imaging performed was based on established standards and protocols and that each of the personnel involved received the education, practical training, and professional licensing as required by the appropriate medical board.

As a patient researching qualified breast thermography centers, be sure to follow standards and protocols set forth by the established boards. These standards and protocols are the result of years of thermographic research and were the same utilized to collect all of the efficacy data on breast thermography.

The criteria of certification is based on 3 factors: board membership, equipment, and training. The first, and arguably most important, requires membership in either (or both) of the two recognized thermographic boards in the United States. These are the American Acadmeny of Thermology (AAT) and the International Academy of Clinical Thermology (IACT). These boards were founded on the basis of promoting medical thermography through science and are independent of commercial interest such as association with one specific camera manufacturer. Other boards have commercial ties to camera manufacturers and exist as sales vehicles to profit from camera sales. Many of these boards' intent is purely commercial yet they operate under the facade of an independent, science based organization.

As is true with virtually all other imaging modalities, the quality of the breast thermography process begins with the quality of the imaging equipment. The quality of thermographic cameras is based on two factors: resolution and sensitivity. It is desirable to have as high of a resolution and sensitivity as possible. The minimum requirement for certified breast thermography should be a resolution of 480 optical lines and a sensitivity of .05 degrees C per level. Cameras with specifications inferior to these numbers may be used for imaging other areas of the body, but are not suitable to track the minute temperature variations required for breast thermography.

Thermographic technician and interpretation certification are crucial to certified breast thermography. Technicians and interpreters are to be trained and certified by one (or both) of the two independent boards (AAT & IACT) and NOT a board set up by an equipment manufacturer for the purpose of commercial benefit. The AAT and IACT utilize the lifelong work of William Hobbins, M.D. who has imaged over 100,000 women in the "Mass Breast Cancer Screening with Thermography" study from 1971-1975 to determine the proper protocols and standards utilized for certified breast thermography. Interpreters trained under Dr. Hobbin's model utilize a standard scoring system (TH-1 to TH-5) for each breast and take into account factors such as family history and hormone usage. In addition, the interpretation involves the analysis of both black-hot/grayscale and color images with emphasis placed on black-hot as these detail the vascular patterns.

The key to establishing and promoting the clinical value of breast thermography in the United States and abroad is acceptance by Medical Doctors and other referring practitioners. Acceptance will be based largely on each clinic's adherence to universal standards and guidelines for patient preparation, image acquisition and interpretation, and report generation. If the true value of breast thermography is to be embraced by the current medical establishment, all clinics offering breast thermography are to acquire training and certification by independent boards free of commercial interest and unethical financial gains.

Below are the minimum standard requirements created by Dr Hobbins' based on the results of breast thermography studies. (Please see "Research" page for list of studies). William Hobbins MD imaged over 100,000 women in the "Mass Breast Cancer Screening with Thermography," studies from 1971-1975.

1. Thermographic score, or TH, of each breast with temperature differences (delta T) reported, if applicable:
- TH-1 Non-Vascular - Normal
- TH-2 Vascular Uniform - Potential Risk
- TH-3 Equivocal - Early recall to establish stability.
- TH-4 Abnormal
- TH-5 Severely Abnormal

2. TH score is determined by asymmetries in the breasts from temperature differences. Asymmetries are also determined from major and minor vascular patterns as seen in black-hot/greyscale, thus the importance of breast thermograms in black-hot/greyscale.

3. Nipplar delta T must be recorded. 83% of all cancers present with a "hot" nipple.

4. Cold stress challenge is recommended and implemented at Pink Image. Room temperature kept below 68 degrees. Or if using ice water, foot MUST become NUMB/PAINFUL to be effective. Cool water is ineffective. However, cold stress challenge is required for a thermographic score of TH-3, TH-4, and TH-5.

5. Personal breast cancer health risk is tallied for each individual. The health risk index is a nationally accepted risk for breast cancer. It was determined by a culmination of studies from The American Cancer Society, The National Cancer Institute, and The American Radiology Society. These 3 organizations followed 250,000 women for 5 years. Increased risk of breast cancer is determined by: age of individual, age at time of first child (parity), family history, weight, race, exposure to estrogen by birth control pills and synthetic hormone replacement therapies.

6. An infrared camera with an optical line resolution of 240 should be the minimum accepted resolution. The higher the optical line resolution the more detailed the breast image and therefore the greater possibility of earlier detection. Examples of images from one camera which has an optical line resolution under 240 is on "About Pink Image" page.

7. Pink Image and a few other certified thermography clinics can monitor hormone levels between estrogen and progesterone. Since thermography can monitor environmental estrogens, estrogen therapies and the body's naturally occurring estrogen, it is an ideal tool for hormone and breast health treatments. Due to excess adminitration of estrogen therapies (bio-identical estrogen, soy, and flax) and environmental estrogens most women have become progesterone imbalanced which means progresterone deficient. Scales are therefore graded on a progesterone deficiency from mild to severe or 1-3 (relative). TH-1 is normal, or non-vascular, and hormonally balanced. Please note hormone levels are just for breast health assessment and are not FDA approved for breast thermography.

How does breast thermography work?

Breast thermography may be able to measure differences in infrared heat emission from normal breast tissue and benign breast abnormalities (such as fibrocystic disease, cysts, infections and benign tumors) thus possibly differentiating them from breast cancers. This adjunctive procedure is performed with a high degree of sensitivity and accuracy, possibly providing a non-invasive measurement of the physiology of breast tissue.

Pink Image uses a high resolution, highly-sensitive infrared camera to possibly differentiate and measure minute differences in infrared heat emission from tumors and the vascular structure they require. Because tumor tissue does not have an intact sympathetic nervous system, it cannot regulate heat loss. When the breast is cooled in a temperature controlled room, blood vessels of normal tissue may respond by constricting to conserve heat while tumor tissue and its blood vessels may remains hot. Thus, the vascular patterns that may be associated with tumors may emit more heat than their surrounding tissues allowing them to be detected by Pink Image's heat sensing infrared camera.

Breast thermograms show highly specific thermal patterns in each individual woman. They provide a unique "thermal signature" that remains constant over years unless there is a change in an underlying condition. Thus, over time, it is possible to differentiate between cancers and benign conditions. Since the technology has the ability to accurately detect cancers over time, it becomes important to have a baseline early on in a woman's life. For this reason, women should have breast thermography performed as early as age 25.

What are the minimum standard requirements for breast thermography?

Below are the minimum standard requirements created by Dr Hobbins' based on the results of breast thermography studies. (Please see "Research" page for list of studies). William Hobbins MD imaged over 100,000 women in the "Mass Breast Cancer Screening with Thermography," studies from 1971-1975.

1. Thermographic score, or TH, of each breast with temperature differences (delta T) reported, if applicable:
- TH-1 Non-Vascular - Normal
- TH-2 Vascular Uniform - Potential Risk
- TH-3 Equivocal - Early recall to establish stability.
- TH-4 Abnormal
- TH-5 Severely Abnormal

2. TH score is determined by asymmetries in the breasts from temperature differences. Asymmetries are also determined from major and minor vascular patterns as seen in black-hot/greyscale, thus the importance of breast thermograms in black-hot/greyscale.

3. Nipplar delta T must be recorded. 83% of all cancers present with a "hot" nipple.

4. Cold stress challenge is recommended and implemented at Pink Image. Room temperature kept below 68 degrees. Or if using ice water, foot MUST become NUMB/PAINFUL to be effective. Cool water is ineffective. However, cold stress challenge is required for a thermographic score of TH-3, TH-4, and TH-5.

5. Personal breast cancer health risk is tallied for each individual. The health risk index is a nationally accepted risk for breast cancer. It was determined by a culmination of studies from The American Cancer Society, The National Cancer Institute, and The American Radiology Society. These 3 organizations followed 250,000 women for 5 years. Increased risk of breast cancer is determined by: age of individual, age at time of first child (parity), family history, weight, race, exposure to estrogen by birth control pills and synthetic hormone replacement therapies.

6. An infrared camera with an optical line resolution of 480 should be the minimum accepted resolution. The higher the optical line resolution the more detailed the breast image and therefore the greater possibility of earlier detection. Examples of images from one camera which has an optical line resolution under 240 is on "About Pink Image" page.

7. Pink Image and a few other certified thermography clinics can monitor hormone levels between estrogen and progesterone. Since thermography can monitor environmental estrogens, estrogen therapies and the body's naturally occurring estrogen, it is an ideal tool for hormone and breast health treatments. Due to excess adminitration of estrogen therapies (bio-identical estrogen, soy, and flax) and environmental estrogens most women have become progesterone imbalanced which means progresterone deficient. Scales are therefore graded on a progesterone deficiency from mild to severe or 1-3 (relative). TH-1 is normal, or non-vascular, and hormonally balanced. Please note hormone levels are just for breast health assessment and are not FDA approved for breast thermography.

Is breast thermography safe?

Unlike many other imaging modalities, breast thermography does not emit any radiation, require any injections, and is completely non-contact and pain-free.

Does breast thermography replace mammography?

No. The two screening modalities are a great complement to each other. Since it has been determined that 1 in 8 women will get breast cancer, we should use every possible means to stop the epidemic! This is best accomplished with early detection through screening.

Breast thermography can also provide the necessary screening for the 25-49 age range before an annual mammogram may be recommended. This is extremely important for younger women at high risk because breast cancers are particularly aggressive in this age range.

How does breast thermography compare to mammography and other imaging modalitites?

Breast thermography does not emit any radiation, require any injections, and is completely non-contact and pain-free. Breast thermography is based on possibly detecting tumors through minute changes in vascular structure. These tumors and vascular structure may emit more heat than normal tissue possibly making them detectable with a high resolution, highly-sensitive infrared camera.

Mammography uses x-rays to differentiate normal tissue from physical tumors and other breast abnormalities based on their densities. In many cases it detects tumors that are already of significant size (>1cm in most cases). There is a fair amount of difficulty in reading the mammograms of women who are on hormone replacement, are nursing, or have fibrocystic, large, dense, or enhanced breasts. These conditions do not cause difficulty in reading breast thermograms.

Breast thermography signals, mammography locates, ultrasound confirms, and biopsy establishes diagnosis.

Can thermography view the digestive tract, uterus, and organs?

No. Since thermography is a superficial screening process that analyzes the blood flow of the skin, thermograms are unable to "see inflammation" of the digestive tract, uterus, and organs directly.

Internal organs are too deep to be viewed directly. Organs can display referred patterns that may be seen on the skin by thermography. Thermography may be able to detect referred patterns from the organs but this requires an extensive interpretation (even more than breast thermography) along with correlation with other medical imaging.

What is high resolution breast thermography?

As is true with virtually all other imaging modalities, the quality of the breast thermography process begins with the quality of the imaging equipment. The quality of thermographic cameras is based on two factors: resolution and sensitivity. Resolution is the amount of information that a camera is able to capture and is measure in optical lines. Sensitivity defines how accurate the camera is able to discern levels of thermal radiation (heat) and is measured in degrees C per level. It is desirable to have as high of a resolution and sensitivity as possible. Modern thermographic cameras have a resolution of 480 optical lines with some cameras as high as 600 optical lines (more is better). The sensitivity of these cameras is at least .05 degrees C per level with some achieving .025 degrees C per level (less is better). The minimum requirement for certified breast thermography is a resolution of 240 optical lines and a sensitivity of .05 degrees C per level. Cameras with specifications inferior to these numbers may be used for imaging other areas of the body, but are not suitable to track the minute temperature variations required for breast thermography.

Pink Image's proudly uses the Bales TIP infrared camera which records 600 optical lines of resolution and has a sensitivity of .025 degrees C per level.

Who is qualified to take and interpret breast thermography?

There are only 2 recognized thermography boards in the United States. In 1971, the American Academy of Thermology was established by a group of M.D's. William Hobbins, M.D. and the founders of Pink Image have started the Women's Academy of Breast Thermography (WABT) to ensure the highest quality of interpretation. All respected breast thermography clinics and interpretors are members of only these boards. Pink Image is a member of both boards. There are other boards, academies, and colleges out there. Don't be fooled by fancy names!

Pink Image interpreters received all training and were certified under Dr. Hobbins. Dr Hobbins is the original interpretator of breast thermography and all the respected interpretors in the United States studied under him. He has 40 years of breast thermography experience and has read over 175,000 scans to date! Make sure to ask who is interpreting your scans and who they studied under, and if they are board certified with the AAT and WABT.

What does a breast thermography report include?

All reports should provide a clear dignosis graded on a scale from TH-1 (Normal) to TH-5 (Abnormal). This is the most important aspect of the report. Make sure the clinic provides a TH grade, not just a "normal" or "abnormal" reading. This is not a complete diagnosis for breast thermography. It should also include clear printouts of all infrared scans, explanations of criteria used to determine findings, and clear recommendations should follow-up be required. We are available to discuss your report at any time.

Does breast thermography detect Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC)?

IBC is the most malignant form of breast cancer. While rare (less than 3% of all breast cancers) it metastasizes quickly and widely. Due to the inflammatory nature of the disease, thermography is the ideal detection modality because of the large amount of heat emitted by the inflammation. Mammography has great difficulty in detecting this type of breast cancer because there is no real detectable mass. Thus thermography is a perfect first line of defense against IBC especially for women 25-40 where breast cancer can be most aggressive. For women over the age of 40, thermography as an adjunct to mammography helps to ensure that no woman falls through the cracks.

Is breast thermography covered by insurance?

While breast thermography was approved by the FDA in 1982 as an adjunct to mammography, it is still not covered by health insurance. Pink Image has kept the cost around $200 to make breast thermography available to most women.

What should I expect during a breast thermography session?

A typical breast thermography session involves a simple 20 minute non-invasive, no-radiation, completely painless procedure. You will be welcomed into a cool, temperature controlled room where you will be asked to disrobe from the waist up. This allows your body to shed false heat patterns from clothing. Six image views will be captured to ensure all angles of the breast and lymph are scanned. This is a significantly more thorough imaging technique compared to traditional imaging where only a smaller portion and angle of the breast are recorded, thus allowing for breast and lymph tissue to be completely ignored altogether. Its that simple!

What recommendations might be made following an abnormal breast thermogram?

Following an abnormal breast thermogram, Pink Image usually recommends an ultrasound, mammogram or, in more abnormal cases, an MRI. Something as simple as a CBE (Clinical Breast Exam) is also a possibility.

Changes in lifestyle, increase frequency of CBE or BSE (breast self exam), and close monitoring are all courses of action that can help avoid or detect breast disease early.

I have breast implants. Can I still get breast thermography?

Yes. Breast thermography is very helpful for women with breast implants as it does not affect the accuracy of the exam.

Nobody in my family has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Why do I need another test?

The majority of women diagnosed today with breast cancer are the first members of their family to contract this devastating disease. No screening procedure is 100%, thus using 2 different modalities reduces your chances of possibly missing an abnomality.

Is breast thermography approved by the FDA?

Yes! Breast thermography was FDA approved for use as an adjunctive breast cancer screening procedure in 1982.

Why haven't I heard of breast thermography before?

Some may have heard of breast thermography in past years. Breast thermography has become increasing widespread though tremendous advances in technology over the past 20 years. Pink Image is proud to offer the finest example of these advances with its high resolution, highly-sensitive infrared camera.

What clinical research supports breast thermography?

At least five important studies published between 1980 and 2003 document that breast thermography is a major advancement in identifying breast cancers not only with greater sensitivity and specificity, but also years earlier than with any other scientifically tested medical technology. Please refer to our research page for many more published studies & articles.

* Cancer, 1980, Volume 56, 45-51. (17) Fifty-eight thousand patients with breast complaints were examined between 1965 and 1977. Twelve hundred and forty-five patients with abnormal Th3 mammotherms had normal breasts by mammography, ultrasound, physical exam, and biopsy. Thirty-eight percent of women with normal breasts and 44% of those with mastopathy developed biopsy proven breast cancer within five years. Ninety percent of patients with Th4 or 5 had diagnosis of cancer made on their first visit.

* Biomedical Thermology, 1982, 279-301, Alan Liss, Inc, New York. Michel Gautherie, MD, followed 10,834 women over 2 to 10 years by clinical examination, mammography and thermography. (15) The study followed 387 people with normal breast examinations and mammograms but Th3 thermographic scores for an average of less than three years. In those without symptoms, 33% developed cancer. In those with cystic mastitis, cancer developed in 41%. These were predominately women between 30 to 45 years of age where breast cancer is the leading cause of death.

* Thermology, 1986, Volume 1, 170-73. (18) The effectiveness of mammography, clinical palpation, and thermography were compared in the detection of breast cancer. Thermography had the best reliability, but the best results were found when all three were used together.

* The Breast Journal, Volume 4, 1998, 245-51. (19) Keyserlingk et al documented 85% sensitivity in diagnosing breast cancer using clinical examination and mammography together. This increased to 98% when breast thermography was added.

* American Journal of Radiology, January 2003, 263-69. (16) The journal reported that thermography has 99% sensitivity in identifying breast cancer with single examinations and limited views. Thus, a negative thermogram (Th1 or Th2) in this setting is powerful evidence that cancer is not present.

Where may I obtain an MRI without a referral?

Pacific Interventionalists
(949) 221-0128
4501 Birch St.
Newport Beach, CA 92660
www.pacificinterventional.com
MRI with contrast $650

Certified breast thermography instructions:

Pre Imaging Instructions

Welcome to Pink Image! Before you arrive for your breast thermography, certain protocols must be followed in order to ensure that your images reflect accurate information. Please read the following instructions and strictly adhere to them.

You may download these instructions in Word format or read below:

No prolonged sun exposure (especially sunburn) to the chest and breast areas 5 days prior to the exam.

On the day of the exam, please do not use any lotions, creams, powders, or makeup on the breasts, and no use of deodorants or antiperspirants.

No shaving (or other types of hair removal) of the chest, breasts, or underarms for 24 hours prior to the exam.

No treatment (chiropractic, acupuncture, TENS, physical therapy, electrical muscle stimulation, ultrasound, hot or cold pack use) of the neck, back, chest, or breasts for 12 hours before the exam.

No physical stimulation of the breasts for 12 hours prior to the exam.

No exercise 4 hours prior to the exam.

No alcohol for 24 prior to the exam.

If bathing, it must be no closer than 1 hour before the exam.

If you are nursing, please try to nurse as far from 1 hour prior to the exam as possible.

If you are using pain medications, please avoid taking them for 4 hours prior to the examination. You must consult with the prescribing physician for his or her consent prior to any change in medication use such as this.

During the examination you will be disrobed from the waist up for both imaging and to allow for the surface temperature of the body to equilibrate with the room. A female technician will be performing all your imaging.

If you have copies of any other test results (eg. Mammograms, ultrasounds, biopsies) please bring them with you. If you have any further questions, please contact our office.

Thank you for choosing Pink Image and we look forward to meeting you!

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