Determine if a Breast Lump is Malignant or Benign at Home

I was reading an article and came across a blog post about a way to do your own mammogram with your camera and iphoto software.  The blog post also tells you how to interpret the pictures and then how to treat it.  This was a very empowering for me to read as it is nice to have options when you find a lump.   Many people (including myself now) hesitate to get a biopsy as this has shown to disturb the cancer and possibly spread it.   For that reason many of us search for alternatives.   Thermograms are an option but it is unclear what to do if the result is abnormal or perhaps we just want to “see” it for ourselves.  I see this as a great option for those who want to buy themselves some time or who are reluctant to do a needle biopsy or incision.   A formal cancer diagnosis can be costly, dangerous and can instill unnecessary trauma.   Many of us learn this the hard way and now want to have the power in our own hands.   We just want to know if the lump is cancerous or not.   This  method seems simple, cheap and definitely worth a try.

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The information is from Sari Grove’s blog post – Step by Step Do It Yourself Mammogram at Home.  Her posts are a little hard to follow in my opinion so hopefully my summary helps to direct you and find the information in a lot less time than it took me.

 Sari’s story as written in a comment on her post:

“Ok…So I was diagnosed DCIS Easter 2014 & have been working on my own lump since then…For shrinkage, the thing I have had the most success with is an herb that is actually a component of real chemo…It is called Madagascar Periwinkle & it works like an Iodine to break down Calcium…Calcium is the base of most lumps, benign or malignant…The only thing about the herb is that it makes you tired like real chemo…Which can feel depressing…It is not expensive, you can get a large bag of it from a local good herbalist store, & the way I take it to maximize effect is put a pinch in my mouth, add some liquid & just swallow it down…It is stronger that way than boiling it to make tea…The other thing I took alot of is Licorice root…Now this is not for shrinkage…Licorice root buys you time…A benign lump is Calcium Oxalate(oxalate means iron)…A malignant lump is Calcium Phosphate…The difference is the Phosphorus…So if you want to try to induce Phenotypic reversion(cancer cells revert back to normal cells), you need to obliterate all the Phosphorus…This also prevents spread…Coppers kill Phosphorus…Licorice root is a great Copper for that…I developed a way to take my own DIY Mammo pictures with a mac & a digital camera…So I can track what the lump looks like & the size & chemistry…When I started the Licorice root I could actually see the Phosphorus on my lump in my pictures…The day after I took some, it was a Licorice tincture back then I took, I could see the lump clearing up…Anyways…Those were my two favorite things to take…(I am on a break now-I need a bit of a rest from self-medicating)…Anyways…I hope this helps…I do have blog posts about much of this if anyone wants to try the DIY Mammo or anything…I do hope this helps…It is rare that I meet other women who are on a similar path…”

 Video to see how to do the “mammogram” with your camera:

UPDATED! – Do it yourself Thermogram.   This is another great video to explain that process that is more similar to a Thermogram than a Mammogram.

Do it yourself Thermogram:

 

Sari talks only about how to alter the picture from your camera on a Mac using iphoto software.  If you have a Windows based computer there may be other software you can use.  I am testing a few and will post if I find something that works so far I can’t find anything identical.  I did find iphoto for Windows but it is not the same software as what Apple offers.  Currently Apple’s iphoto software is not available for Windows users.  Looks like in order to replicate what Sari has done you will need to have or borrow a Mac.

Get the printed version of the full instructions including how to analyze the pictures and what to do to get rid of the lump.  Simply join Smashboards for free and then download the file in the version that you prefer (PDF or Kindle).


Comments

  1. Hello Dear Friend…It is late at night & I was just checking emails on my iPhone & came across this pingback which led me to this blog post…
    Thank you!
    It has been so empowering for me to be able to check the size & chemistry of my lump myself-after trying a new herb or treatment, I take a picture the next day to see changes…
    It helped me so much to know what worked & what didn’t!
    Plus it made me know that I did indeed have Phosphorus present, malignancy, which made me get real serious about fixing the problem…
    Just thank you so much for writing…
    I can be a little obtuse to read, so it really helps to have a ” translator”…
    I have been hoping that women(& maybe men too), will learn how easy it is to take pictures themselves…
    Your help will make that more possible…
    It’s bedtime here, so goodnight for now…
    Tomorrow I will go look & see more about your blog & about you…
    But just really thank you…I do hope my work will help other people…
    Just God Bless you!
    Hugs, Sari Grove

    • Hi Sari!
      Thank you for commenting. Glad that your method works and that I found it and can pass it on. How did you come about discovering this method and how to treat the tumors??….very interesting.
      God Bless You!!
      Dolores

  2. Hi Dolores!
    When I went to the oncologist, I asked what was the lump made of?
    All they could say was “abnormal cells”…
    Considering I had two holes in my chest from the core needle biopsy, I was not impressed…I was looking for the biochemistry…
    So I went home & scoured the net for any information I could find about what a breast cancer lump might be made of…
    I found a 66 page thesis by a Master’s candidate, which had microscope pictures of benign lumps & malignant lumps…I could see the difference in the pictures myself…
    That is where I also found out that a benign lump is Calcium Oxalate(oxalate is iron), & a malignant lump is Calcium Phosphate…So the main difference between benign & malignant was the presence of Phosphorus…
    I could see in the pictures that Phosphorus looks like purple ants…
    A malignant picture had these dark spots in the lump…
    This helped me to see if my own lump was benign or malignant when I did my DIY Mammogram technique…
    Now, my Grove Body Part Chart helped me then…The Chart shows which elements live together as opposites in each body part…The Chart is my own idea…(Anyone can go to the Free Books page on my site grovecanada.ca & read any of the 8 books to see what I am talking about…)
    Ok, so, I knew the opposite thing to Phosphorus was Copper…
    They both live in the Spleen…
    So in order to eradicate Phosphorus from the lump & my body I needed a strong absorbable Copper…
    I had studied Parkinson’s disease because my father had it…Parkinson’s is just excess Phosphorus…
    One day my brother grabbed a licorice stick candy to buy at a store…I remembered my Dad used to like licorice too…On a hunch, I guessed that my Dad craved something in the Licorice that was good for his Parkinson’s…
    I researched licorice root & sure enough found it is a great source of Copper…
    Went to a health food store & asked if they had anything in Licorice root…
    The lady sold me a small bottle of Saint Francis Licorice root tincture…
    I went home & drank 4 dropperfuls…
    The next day, I took another DIY mammogram picture of my lump…(by the way, there is maybe an easier instructional on my site now called DIY Thermogram)…
    Anyways…After taking the licorice root tincture, I could see clearly the dark purple ant spots were clearing away…IT WAS WORKING!
    This was a big breakthrough…
    I now had a way to turn a malignant lump into a benign lump…
    For the next year, I took licorice root tincture, licorice root tea, boiled the licorice herb myself for tea, then finally just ate pinches of the herb straight & swallowed that down(turns out that was the cheapest & strongest way)…
    (By the way, I link to the 66 page study in Book 6 & in places on my blog-)…
    Anyway…That was how I figured out how to turn a lump from malignant to benign…

    • I love your story Sari! You are obviously a VERY intelligent woman. I know you probably feel alone in your quest to conquer this yourself but you really aren’t. There are a bunch of us scattered throughout the world that are looking for answers outside of conventional treatments. I am going to try your process with my camera and my step-daughter’s Mac to see what the lumps I have been watching turn out to be. I have had one for a while in my armpit and it didn’t show as anything on a Thermogram. I will let you know how I make out. I have to check your new video and post that as well. Thank you so much for your great information!! xoxo D-

  3. http://grovecanada.ca/do-it-yourself-thermogram-a-video-by-sari-grove-at-www-grovecanada-ca/ Here’s the link to the DIY Thermogram post…(it’s a video)

  4. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3223513/ Tissue refractive index as a marker for disease…This is the original article where I sourced the information about the biochemistry of lumps & the spatial light interference microscopy SLIM pictures that I could compare to my own pictures…
    I am so excited for you to try my DIY Thermogram method…It really is quite easy once you do it once…It gives you back control!
    Thank you for being there for me…It seems that I am just starting to go through menopause right now, & the emotions are just so strong right now-I really needed a friend just exactly right now…Your encouragement is just so right, right now…Thanks…

  5. No, I have not been able to find any other online program that a non-Mac user could use to edit their photos…
    If you type in “edit photo thermogram”…you get editing programs that will do an automatic heat map view of your pictures…It is not the same thing as what I am doing, but you can see under the skin & the heat map can show you some interesting things…
    But the iPhoto program for Mac really shows a lot…

  6. http://grovecanada.ca/so-you-want-to-try-my-diy-thermogram-method-but-you-dont-have-a-mac-iphoto-program/

    For WINDOWS users, I figured out a way to do the DIY mammogram/thermogram thing using a FREE ONLINE photo edit program called FOTOFLEXER (fotoflexer.com) …

  7. http://grovecanada.ca/diy-diagnostic-imaging/ Hi! Here is a link to 3 do it yourself diagnostic imaging techniques that ANYONE with any computer can use because they are free & open source & NO downloading!
    Fotoflexer.com sees chemistry…
    Lunapic.com checks for benign or malignant…
    Pixlr.com/editor watches size changes…

    I hired a web app developer to build an easier way to do all these imaging methods…So maybe we will have something one-step!

    In the meantime…If anyone needs help with these edits, join DIY Cancer Repair Manual Group on Facebook!
    Thanks!
    Feel free to repost anything from the grovecanada.ca site here if you like…
    Carte Blanche!
    Love Sari Grove…

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