Dr. Christine Horner- Breast Cancer Prevention!

The main focus of my Thermography practice is to help women learn that prevention is the key tool in the fight against Breast Cancer.

Dr. Christine Horner– board certified and nationally recognized surgeon, author, expert in natural medicine, professional speaker and a relentless champion for women’s health-  has that same message!

Dr. Horner started her medical career as a Plastic Surgeon.  She noticed that women were coming in younger and younger for breast reconstruction surgery and thought that there was something wrong with that picture.

Dr. Horner started researching and reading studies about the causes of Breast Cancer and realized that our American diet was the main cause.

“People that live in Asia have a very low incidence of breast cancer or prostate cancer… [W]e have the studies showing that if an Asian woman moves to the United States and adopts our American diet and lifestyle, within one generation her risk will match that of an American woman’s. “

One generation!

What are we doing wrong?

There are many simple things women can add to their daily routine that will have a dramatic effect on their health.

According to Dr. Horner: ‘It’s very simple. If you have a terrible diet and lifestyle and you do just one thing, you cut your risk in half. You do more than one thing and they will multiply up together.’

If it’s so simple why isn’t everyone doing it?!

Through my practice I love teaching women the tools to effectively prevent Breast Cancer (not to mention other forms of cancer!)

Stay tuned for more Breast Cancer Prevention Advice.

Be Well,

Tammy Kohlschmidt RDH, CCT, CBP



One thought on “Dr. Christine Horner- Breast Cancer Prevention!

  1. I too am passionate about teaching woman the important role that Thermography can play in Breast Cancer Health. When I had my first experience it just made so much sense that I couldn’t believe this wasn’t used universally. Too many women believe that all they need to do to prevent Breast Cancer is to get an annual mammography. Sadly, this is just isn’t the case. We have so many tools at our disposal. We just have to make use of them. I look forward to learning more about your practice.

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