Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest: Dr. William Hobbins
Dr. William Hobbins was one of the original researchers in mammography. He did a 7 year study 1965-1972 (mammography) and won an award for finding non-palpable cancers. Many mammographers were also thermographers at this time.
Dr. Hobbins studied with the thermography creators Guthrie and Gro in France and the breast thermography creator Dr Ray Lawson. He returned to the US in 1971 and imaged 100,000 women from 71-75. Dr. Hobbins is the leading researcher in the United States. Thermography monitors vascular patterns in the breasts which is affected by estrogen stimulation.
Which lead Dr. Hobbins to study bio-identical hormones and their effects on the breasts in France in the70s and 80s.
Dr. William Hobbins talks about the benefits of pre-op and post-op thermography screenings. He also briefly discusses the link between hormones and breast cancer.
Health Professional Radio
Neal Howard: Hello. You’re listening to Health Professional Radio. I’m your host, Neal Howard. Our guest in studio today is Dr. William Hobbins. Dr. Hobbins is a leading researcher in breast thermography, a breast cancer screening method that tends to detect the incidence or chances of breast cancer in women more accurately, and also checks other factors as well, as opposed to traditional medicine or traditional standards. How are you doing today, Dr. Hobbins?
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