Dr. Daniel Bruce Beilin visited Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham and gave a talk on "Regulation Thermography in Early Detection of Breast Cancer", on January 12, 2018.
Thermography or the measurement and imaging of the radiation that naturally comes from the body has been used to attempt to understand physiological and pathological processes since the 1920’s.
Although hundreds of studies have been made to document the accuracy and reproducibility of such methods, imaging cameras have numerous problems associated with inaccurate diagnostics to cause its method to be excluded from conventional medicine due to the high occurrence of false readings.
Regulation Thermography, invented in Germany in the 1960’s and subsequently verified and placed into numerous medical centers throughout the world is a different technique that involves taking skin temperatures of individual points that are projections from the internal organs conveyed through the spinal cord reflexes.
Not only being far more reproducible but far more detailed in the assessment of pre-clinical as well as clinical problems such as various cancers, gastrointestinal disorders, vascular disorders and breast disease as they are approaching pathology as defined through conventional imaging and histology.
Dr. Beilin showed case studies whereby mammography may be insufficient as a complete screening method and how RT can be a wholistically-viewed complement to radiology in the discovery of breast cancers and pathogenesis.
Dr. Daniel Bruce Beilin holds his doctorate in Oriental Medicine which includes Herbal Pharmacology. Dr. Beilin has practiced complementary medicine for 34 years and has founded the FDA/CE approved device called the AlfaSight 9000 Regulation Thermography device.
Dr. Beilin has lectured for famous personalities such as Anthony Robbins, Burton Goldberg, William Rea, M.D., Hans Nieper, M.D. and Jonathan Wright, M.D.. His patients have included Jane Seymour and Stevie Wonder. They turned to him when normal medicine was not helping.
Dr. Dan's 8 years of experience in medical research and applications (UCLA and UC Davis) in the fields of Neurology and Gastroenterology created over 30 peer-reviewed articles in Journals such as Stroke and Endoscopy, as he also invented a device which is now used routinely in endoscopy.