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 Physicians of Traditional Chinese Medicine - Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology, Gynecology, Skin Care, Chronic Fatigue, Sinusitis, Massage, Recovery from Chronic Illness, Homeopathy, Nutrition

Treatment for Fibrocystic Breasts

Fibrocystic breast condition is the most common cause of "lumpy breasts" in women. The condition primarily affects women between the ages of 30 and 50 and tends to become less of a problem after menopause. The abbreviation is FCC (an acronym derived from FibroCystic breast Condition). 1 in 5 women aged 21 to 50 suffer from painful or uncomfortable breasts, particularly around the menstrual cycle, and 20% of these are diagnosed with FCC.

Recent research indicates that women with fibrocystic breast disease have a higher risk of breast cancer than the general population. Among breast cancer patients with a family history of breast cancer, fibrocystic breast condition tends to be more prevalent in those with early diagnoses (20 to 44 years).

Dr. Walter Campbell has been achieving significant results in the reduction of the symptoms of fibrocystic breast disease in patients treated with the breast gel which he has developed, which combines iodine and selected Chinese herbs.

The following thermal scans from one of Dr. Campbell’s case studies show a 95% reduction in breast conditions in a 47-year-old African-American woman after following his Chinese Herbs and Iodine regimen.

 Physicians of Traditional Chinese Medicine - Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology, Gynecology, Skin Care, Chronic Fatigue, Sinusitis, Massage, Recovery from Chronic Illness, Homeopathy, Nutrition

During treatment, patients apply the gel directly to their breasts each day. The Chinese herbs break down blood stasis while increasing the circulation of blood, thereby facilitating delivery of the iodine to the breast tissue.

These results have been documented using comparative medical thermal imaging. It is well known that angiogenesis, or new blood vessel formation, is necessary to maintain the growth of a tumor. This increase in blood flow causes an increase in heat, which is detected by digital infrared imaging.

This increase in blood supply may be one of the first signals that a tumor is forming and can allow for prompt and timely intervention. Breast thermography has been in use since the 1960s, and was approved by the FDA in 1982 for use as an adjunctive breast cancer screening procedure.

Click here or call 305-760-2414 to make an appointment for a professional evaluation of your breast health by Dr. Campbell.

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