I just had to share this a bit and get some thoughts/points ready as I can see this leading to a debate. I just got invited to attend a weekend conference on "Biological Medicine". At this thing they're going to cover changing paradigms on such topics as:
•Tick and mosquito borne infections
•Acid / alkaline balance
•Detoxification of heavy metals
•Sujok acupressure / acupuncture
•Medicines from bees
•Layered dried blood analysis
•Importance of the teeth
•EMF and radiation risks of wireless convenience
•Patient case study and more!
What got me the most though was this think on day one called "Contact Regulation Thermography (CRT)". Apparently, they use a digital thermometer to take temperature measurements of the skin at a bunch of places on the torso. Then they have the patient undress to the waist in the cool (18-20C) exam room and take the temperature readings again. Did I mention that a lot of the readings are taken on points on the breasts as some sort of way to check for breast cancer? Did I also mention that the conference advertises "plus lots of practice!"
So, anyone else ever heard of this scam by dirty old men to get women to disrobe in a cold room so they can poke their boobs? Or, maybe I'm just out of the loop and surface skin temperature is really a valid method of early detection of cancer. Anyone want to enlighten me before I laugh in someone's face over this?