Early diagnosis of breast cancer by hair diffraction..What do you think?

Indonesia
December 19, 2006 5:37am CST
My Mother passed away because of breast cancer on June 2006. Today, I find the article about early diagnosis of breast cancer. I've never see this discussion before at myLot. Can you believe this diagnosis? Some doctors from Australia has published it since 2005. And they said that "A correlation between the incidence of breast cancer and an observed change in the X-ray diffraction pattern of hair from the afflicted individuals was first reported in 1999." What do you think? Isn't it good news?
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4 responses
@queenstan (383)
• Indonesia
19 Dec 06
So sorry about your mom. You have given the good information for women. Does it mean that the cancer could be diagnosis faster than the normal method? Thank you for the info!
• Indonesia
19 Dec 06
The cancer could be diagnosis earlier through the x-ray of your hair...As soon as they get the result of diagnosis, they could begin the cancer treatment. It means, there's a chance to save the patient.
• Indonesia
19 Dec 06
The cancer could be diagnosis earlier through the x-ray of your hair...As soon as they get the result of diagnosis, they could begin the cancer treatment. It means, there's a chance to save the patient.
• Indonesia
20 Dec 06
If it's true, I'm waiting it in my country. Do you know that many women worrying about the cancer?
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@mimpi1911 (25473)
• India
21 Dec 06
i am so sorry to hear the news ronald. this is a very hopeful news indeed. i just hope the radiation through hair actually detect killer cancer early. thanx for the information.
• Indonesia
21 Dec 06
They have proved what you hope. And I hope it will make some people elaborate it and invent some good inventions too. Thanks for the opinion and condolence. I really appreciate it.
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@mimpi1911 (25473)
• India
26 Dec 06
for every theory, surveys and trials there are some loopholes. and since radiation through hair is not widely spread and used, there cud be some defficiency in expertise to read the films. i just wish, this is more true than apparent. thanx for the information.
@Prabsac (75)
• India
26 Dec 06
Sorry to hear about sad demise of your mother... Regarding the article i did read about it... Might be it would be helpful for the earlier diagnosis of the cancer resulting in lesser casualities.
@Prabsac (75)
• India
26 Dec 06
Sorry to hear about sad demise of your mother... Regarding the article i did read about it... Might be it would be helpful for the earlier diagnosis of the cancer resluting in lesser casualities.