recognized risk factors for breast cancer include excessive radiation, first-degree
relatives with diagnosed breast cancer, synthetic hormone replacement, early
menarche or late menopause, no births, and no breast-feeding.Other important factors are underwire bras,
wearing bras for 12 hours or more in a day, excessive caffeine, and toxic
metals, including aluminum found in deodorants.Thermography can identify vascular patterns in which breast cancers are
more likely to grow.Abnormal
thermograms can often be improved with a few nutritional supplements.