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The Father of Early Detection ~ The Ultimate Rebel

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No doctor has done more for early detection, progressive breast cancer treatments and breast cancer prevention than William B. Hobbins M.D. This maverick has truly been an unsung hero saving thousands of lives and revolutionizing the medical industry worldwide.

"Thermography was shown as the highest risk factor marker (for breast cancer). It was found to be a 10 times higher risk marker than family history."

                                                                   William Hobbins MD: Thermography-Highest Risk Marker 1977

Hey troops! The history of early detection in the U.S. includes the life and research of a remarkable renegade doctor who has devoted his life to preventing breast cancer – William B. Hobbins, M.D. See how one’s man purpose has influenced the course of early detection and prevention. No doctor has done more for early detection and breast cancer prevention.

One of the original mammography researchers

"Earlier detection of breast cancer is necessary to reduce the mortality rate of this disease... mammography will detect breast cancer... earlier than waiting for the female to find the lump. Earlier detection will hopefully change the present cure rate from 45% to 90% and nationally save 20,000 lives annually."

                                              Willam Hobbins M.D., "Seven Year Mammography in Private Practice," 1971

In 1964, Dr. Hobbins lost a close friend to breast cancer. She discovered a lump by palpation and passed away 6 months later at the age of 36. At that time, palpation was the only detection method for breast cancer. Dr. Hobbins began his life-long research in discovering breast imaging modalities. This experience completely changed Dr. Hobbins’s medical career. His friend’s life has never been forgotten and, in fact, inspired the prevention movement.

In 1965, Dr. Hobbins studied mammography with the creators of this science in the United States, Bobby Eagen and Harold Isard. He continued his education in Strasbourg, France at "Center of Cancer Detections" - the center of European cancer development.

He conducted a seven-year survey with a Tungsten Target X-Ray Unit, using the Eagen technique, and from 1965-1971 performed 3,175 mammograms – a particularly vast number considering mammography was still in the research stage and women did not yet have this as an option for diagnosis. In 1969, Dr. Hobbins received an award from the surgical department at the Wisconsin Surgical Society for finding the most cancers from his innovative mammographic research.

"As seventy-five of women a day die in the United States of cancer of the breast and because it is the number-one killer between the ages of 35 and 50 of women in the United States, a great deal of attention was placed upon the breast examination in my practice. In 1964, as a private practicing physician of general and thoracic surgery... it became apparent that I was not affording the patient who came for breast examination all that was available by our present knowledge. So I resolved that any female patient, over the age of 30 who presented herself for any complaint or examination, would be mammogrammed."

                                            William Hobbins M.D., "Seven Year Mammography in Private Practice," 1971

Leading researcher in thermography in the U.S.

“Thermography screening of the breast does not find breast cancer. Thermography screening does identify a female population which is at higher risk than the population at large. Thermography screening is biologically safe. Thermography screening increases the opportunity to intensify educational emphasis.”

                 William Hobbins MD: Mass Breast Cancer Screening with Thermography, 25,000 Cases, 1975

At this time in our history, many radiologists were also studying thermography as a form of early detection. From 1970-1972, Dr. Hobbins studied in Montreal, Canada, with Dr. Ray Lawson, the creator of breast thermography, and the two became lifelong colleagues and friends. In 1971 he returned to Strasbourg and studied with Dr. Gros and his assistant Guthery for several years touring thermography clinics in many European countries.

He returned to Wisconsin with this education, where he received a grant and imaged over 100,000 women from 1971-1974. Dr. Hobbins led the research to create the certified breast thermography model along with a small group of MDs.

In the late ’70s Dr. Hobbins was given the Key of Lyon, France for his research in thermography.

In 1971 Dr. Hobbins started the first American Thermographic Society, the American Academy of Thermology, with 15-20 members, including medical doctors like William Isard and Jan Abernathy. To continue his research and prevent breast cancer, Dr. Hobbins started the "Breast Cancer Detection Agency" in 1972 and was a renowned breast cancer surgeon.

“In 1972, I formed and incorporated the Wisconsin Breast Cancer Foundation after acquiring my first thermographic equipment, a spectratherm, at its original cost of $50,000. Using a truck and trailer of 28 feet, with its own generator and triple air conditioning system, my wife's staff screened some 37,000 women in five states, sending reports to their physicians with a request of their follow up.”

In 1971, Dr. Hobbins surmised that they could “proceed with programs of mass screening large segments of the population… In the initial step, thermography is used to determine the high risk population and these results are turned over to the private physician for follow up x-ray.” He believed that “this brings good screening immediately to all areas at the least expense and helps to expand mammography faculties and education.”

                                                                                                                            William Hobbins M.D. 1973

Dr. Hobbins toured the globe 10 times and trained 1,800 physicians in the U.S., Asia, and South America, with Korea leading the way in thermography.

“I was invited to be the main speaker at the Asian Pacific Congress of Thermology in Seoul, Korea. My address was ‘Breast Infrared Imaging Paradigm for Eradication of Breast Cancer.’” This was a wonderful honor, as most of the 350 Korean thermographers were introduced and trained by me. Most, if not all, Korean hospitals practice thermography. It was great to see my students and old friends again. It has been three years. What a terrific time, and I am here to say that they are ahead of the United States.”

                                                                  William Hobbins M.D. Christian Medical Center Newsletter,2002

However, this mass education of thermography came with a price. He was confronted with such an enormous amount of resistance from the medical community and his colleagues, with his revolutionary research, he withdrew himself from the AMA (American Medical Association). He realized at this time, all they did was covet and control and his priorities were the patient's best interests.

In the early ’80s Dr. Abernathy had all non-M.Ds removed from the AAT. Outraged by the limiting of thermography to only M.Ds, Dr. Hobbins funded and founded the IACT, International Academy of Clinical Thermography. He trained all doctors who were interested in learning thermography through this academy. This academy has evolved and is now primarily run by chiropractors. The majority of all doctors trained in the ’70s, ’80s, and 90s  including medical doctors, chiropractors, veterinarians, doctors of osteopath and PHDs, were all trained by Dr. Hobbins.

Dr. Hobbins was the only MD who made thermology a lifetime career.

In 2012 Dr. Hobbins was the first doctor awarded a lifetime achievement award by The American Academy of Thermography.

In 1994, due to insurance fraud, medical insurance stopped paying for thermography. This resulted in most M.D.s dropping thermography and the AAT declined from hundreds in membership to only a handful. This action resulted in limited thermography research as compared to the previous decades. 

This in turn led to many interpreters and members of the two original thermographic societies becoming complacent, which resulted in shoddy thermography and interpretation. Dr. Hobbins spoke at the 2012 AAT, hoping to influence higher standards for this academy and the IACT, since many of the M.D.s, D.C.s, D.O.s, and P.H.D.s are no longer meeting the minimum standard requirements outlined by thermographic studies. However, both of these academies do teach thermography diagnostics for pain, but I am only speaking about breast thermography.

When I realized that the majority of breast thermography interpreters, including Dr. Hobbins’s students associated with these two academies, were no longer meeting the minimum standard requirements I asked for his support to start the first breast thermography academy and non-profit to ensure women would receive the highest quality breast thermography. The Women’s Academy of Breast Thermography is founded on thermographic research, including Dr. Hobbins, and ensures all members and clinics are performing thermography correctly. This is the first breast thermography academy and is the first academy founded by a female physician.

Innovator in breast cancer treatments

“In 1956, Ray Lawson showed increased heat on the breast surface and venous blood of breast cancer. Gros and Guthrie of Strasbourg, France, Pistolesi of Italy, and Atsumi of Japan correlated neoplasia (presence of new, abnormal growth of tissue) and thermal breast skin signal. Because of believing that heat was generated by the tumor, it was thought that the thermal signal would be directly related to the size of the tumor and therefore was not an early warning signal or good screening tool. Not until 1978, when Jean of Mellon-Carnegie University demonstrated an angiogenesis factor in breast cancer and breast tissue, were we able to find TO tumors. British surgeon Lloyd Williams, of Bath, England, showed survival was directly related to the thermal expression better than any size, tumor marker or other method of calculating survival. This was done in the late 1960s and again in the mid-80s by the same surgeon.

In 1988, Judah Folkman from Harvard demonstrated that angiogenesis was necessary for neoplasia to move from in situ to invasive disease. He also demonstrated that an enzymatic stimulation of the vasculature took place from this angiogenesis factor. Presently, 300 or more drugs are being tested in stage 3 FDA trial to halt neoagiogensis.

The 21st century paradigm is that when a normal breast thermal study changes, time for antiangiogenesis and expected thermal turn-off as demonstration of tumor regression will be the protocol. This will occur without identifying the tumor.

The thermal signal precedes clinical (including x-ray, ultrasound, diaphanscopy and MRI) by six to 12 months. Now early detection and acceptable nontoxic therapy is available and will be the protocol in the decades ahead for conquering this dreaded disease of women.”

                             William Hobbins M.D. American Thermographic Meeting, Orlando, FL, November 2002

Dr. Hobbins spearheaded several alternative treatments for estrogen receptor positive breast cancer, which is 80 percent of breast cancers. His theory was each woman should be treated according to her wishes and each body responds different to treatment, what may work for one patient, may not have effective results with others.

Progressive breast cancer treatments performed by Dr. Hobbins 

Dr. Hobbins used high levels of testosterone to shrink breast cancer tumors, which is called endocrine antagonist. This is also used in reverse, high levels of estrogen to treat prostate cancer. I’ve recently noticed new research and treatments in this testosterone treatment protocol he inducted 40 years ago.

Tamoxifen is completely misunderstood and misused. Dr. Hobbins used it as treatment before surgery (breast cancer protocol is first surgery than Tamoxifen) to shrink or melt the breast cancer tumor in order to reduce the number of mastectomies or lumpectomies he would have to perform. If used correctly on a carcinoma, that had not metastasized, Tamoxifen will cut off the estrogen, the fuel to this tumor, and cause it to shrink allowing him to not only save a life but save the breast as well. Dr. Hobbins proved for several decades with thousands of patients that antiangiogenesis treatment is successful. It surprises me there are no alternative breast cancer centers preforming this remarkable simple treatment.

He had many patients “cure” their cancer with nutrition and had 2 patients “cure” their cancer by eating a dozen raw eggs a day, keep in mind under strict supervision, thermography, mammography and MRI, as he could perform surgery quickly if needed. Nutrition was a vital requirement in Dr. Hobbins’s protocols as he says it’s the basis for all health, especially removing all estrogen and phytoestrogens (plant estrogens).

In the early years the majority of women’s thermogram were non-vascular or “normal.” In the 80s, to his puzzlement, he started seeing increased vascularity in the breasts. Being a medical detective he realized that it was due to soy, which was starting to be used as an emulsifier in processed foods. He became one of the first doctors to warn patients against the harmful side effects of soy to the breasts.

Dr. Hobbins was the first doctor to warn against the harmful side effects of flax, the strongest plant estrogen. He has encouraged me to stand on his shoulders and continue his research, which I have. I specialize and study hormones and/or supplements and their effect on the breasts. My first pilot study was on flax with the intention of proving my mentor was incorrect. Looking back I was incredibly naïve. My flax pilot study showed increase risk in six short weeks in addition to dangerous health side effects which required an immediate end to the study. Nothing like research to make you a believer! This has led me to exposing other harmful phytoestrogens including bio-identical estrogen, black cohosh, red clover, sesame, hummus and many more supplements including natural estrogen blockers.

The Pink Bow - Breast Thermography Research and Education was founded in Dr. Hobbins honor so that all women would be afforded the most progressive thermographic screening and most importantly preventive protocols.

 

My purpose has become intertwined with Dr. Hobbins and as his protégé I’m continuing his work

“If I’ve seen farther than other men it’s because I’ve stood on the shoulders of giants.”

                                                                                                                                            Sir Isaac Newton

 Dr. Hobbins has repeated this quote to me several times over the years. I believe it is to remind me of where we’ve been, how far we’ve come, to honor our teachers and more importantly to wonder with awe, where we are headed.

Based on Dr. Hobbins’ research and teachings I wrote the first book on breast thermography and how to dramatically reduce risk for breast cancer using thermograms from my own research and studies. I am also the creator of the estrogen-free movement educating families on the effect of estrogen on the entire family unit and how to easily remove them from the diet and household. 

Dr. Hobbins was a man ahead of his time. His groundbreaking research in mammography, leading researcher in thermography, his progressive breast cancer treatments and preventative protocols have made him “The Father of Early Detection and Prevention.” His conviction and determination is why you have heard of mammography and thermography. Dr. Hobbins overcame much adversity, and with perseverance and dedication, saved thousands of lives. He is a brilliant, loving and generous doctor. He is my mentor and dear friend.

My breast health education, book and causes are solely due to Dr. Hobbins’ accomplishments and unparalleled knowledge. I hope the fortunate women who come across this blog realize the long and difficult journey that Dr. Hobbins has made in efforts to bring the information and technology that saves women’s lives to as many as possible. Hold on for an amazing and life-changing experience, as that is what breast thermography and Dr. Hobbins has created for me. Until now, he has truly been an unsung hero.

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Made with heaps of love, insurmountable work, oodles of research, the usual blood, sweat, tears, and of course sacrifice of my social life and a few minor melt downs. 

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Wendy Sellens is a Chinese medical doctor, breast thermologist, thermography and hormone researcher and protégé to William B. Hobbins M.D., one of the original mammography researchers, leading researcher in thermography and renowned breast surgeon. She is following her mentor’s pioneering spirit and is president of the consumer advocacy group the Women’s Academy of Breast Thermography, president of The Pink Bow Breast Thermography Research and Education non-profit, author of “Breast Cancer Boot Camp – Dr. Hobbins’s Thermography Revolution” and creator of the Estrogen Free® lifestyle to dramatically reduce risk of breast cancer and hormonal disorders in the entire family.

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 *Medical Publications:    

W.B. Hobbins, L. Aires, "Incarcerated Diaphramatic Hernia," Journal of International College of Surgeons, April, 1952.     

 A. Vaughn, W.B. Hobbins, "Spontaneous Pancreatic Abdominal Wall Fistula," Illinois Medical Journal, June, 1953.      

W.B. Hobbins, "Thermography in General Surgery Practice," Proceedings, American Thermographic Society, AGA, 1973.      

W.B. Hobbins, "What Is a Day of Life Worth?" RN Magazine, April, 1975.      

W.B. Hobbins, "Mass Breast: Cancer Screening with Thermography," Applied Radiology, November-December, 1986.    

W.B. Hobbins, "Experiences with Thermographic Breast Cancer Screening in the State of Wisconsin," Proceedings,           Breast Disease in Gynecological and Medical Primary Care Practice, pp. 267-281, April, 1977.      

W.B. Hobbins, "Thermography, Highest Risk Marker in Breast Cancer," Proceedings, Gynecological Society for the Study of           Breast Disease, pp. 267-282; 59, 1977.      

W.B. Hobbins, "Who Has Breast Cancer? Let’s Find Out," Clinical Medical, December, 1977.      

W.B. Hobbins, "Mobile Mass Breast Cancer Screening; Thermography: Highest Risk Marker," Medical Thermography,           European Press, Ghent, Belgium, pp. 61-67, 1978.      

W.B. Hobbins, "Thermography and Pain," Medical Thermography, European Press, Ghent, Belgium, pp. 273-274, 1978.      

W.B. Hobbins, "Thermography and Assessment of Breast Cancer," (letter), JAMA, 242:2761, 1979.      

W.B. Hobbins, B.J. King, "Report of Thermographic Breast Biopsy Correlation," ACTA Thermographica, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 43-45,           1980.      

W.B. Hobbins, "Comparison of Telethermography and Contact Thermography in Breast Thermal Examinations,"                      ACTA Thermographica, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 51-53, 1980.      

W.B. Hobbins, "Significance of an 'Isolated' Abnormal Colorgram," La Nouvelle Presse Medicale, Vol. 10, No. 38, pp. 3153-          3155, 1981.      

W.B. Hobbins, "The Physiology of the Breast by Cholesteric Plate Analysis," in Gordon F. Schwartz and Douglas Marchant           (eds), Breast Disease Diagnosis and Treatment, Elsevier/North-Holland, New York, pp. 87-98, 1981.      

W.B. Hobbins, "A New Beginning for Thermography," RNM Images, pp. 43-45, October 1982.      

W.B. Hobbins, "Thermography and Pain," in Michel Gautherie and Ernest Albert (eds), Biomedical Thermology, Alan R. Liss,           Inc., New York, pp. 361-375, 1982.     

 W.B. Hobbins, "New Horizons in Thermography," Far East Health, January, 1983.      W.B. Hobbins, "Thermography of the Breast Revisited - 1982," Modern Medicine of Canada, March, 1983.      

W.B. Hobbins, "Thermography" (letter), CA, 372-376; 33, 1983.      W.B. Hobbins, "The Combined Use of Thermography & Ultrasonography," in Jack Jellins and Toshiji Kobayashi (eds),           Ultrasonic Examinations of the Breast, pp. 335-339, June, 1983.      

W.B. Hobbins, "Thermography of the Breast - A Skin Organ," in Harry Rein (ed), The Primer on Thermography, pp. 37-48, July           1983.      

W.B. Hobbins, "Thermography of the Breast - A Skin Organ," in Gautherie, et al., Thermal Assessment of Breast Health, MTP           Press, Ltd. Lancaster, England, pp. 37-48, July, 1984.

Medical Presentations:      

International College of Surgeons Meeting - Cleveland, Ohio - 1951            Incarcerated Diaphramatic Hernia      

Wisconsin Surgical Society - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - 1955           Fibrosarcoma of Duodenum      

Wisconsin Surgical Society - Land of Lake, Wisconsin - 1958           Total Gastric Resection for Carcinoma     

Wisconsin Surgical Society - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - 1969           Five Years Practical Experience with Mammography      

Wisconsin Surgical Society - Door County, Wisconsin - 1971           Seven Years Mammography for Early Breast Cancer Detection      

11th Annual Early Breast Cancer Detection - San Diego, California - 1971           Severn Years Mammography for Early Breast Cancer Detection      

Non-Mutilating Treatment for Breast Cancer - Strasbourg, France - 1972           Seven Years Mammography for Early Breast Cancer Detection     

 American College of Surgeons Meeting - Chicago, Illinois - 1973           Why Take A Spiritual History?      

American Thermographic Society - New York, New York - 1973           Thermography in General Surgical Practice      

First European Thermographic Society Meeting - Amsterdam, Netherlands - 1974           1100 Women in 52 Hours Breast Screening           Thermography in General Surgical Practice      

American Thermographic Society - Chicago, Illinois - 1974           1100 Women in 52 Hours Breast Screening      

American College of Surgeons - Miami, Florida - 1975           What is a Day of Life Worth      

Wisconsin Surgical Society - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - 1975           JeJunal Illeal By-Pass for Massive Obesity      

American Thermographic Society - Atlanta, Georgia - 1975         Mass Breast Cancer Screening with Thermography - 25,000 Cases      

Wisconsin Surgical Society - Telemark, Wisconsin - 1975           Mass Breast Cancer Screening with Thermography - 25,000 Cases      

American College of Surgeons - San Francisco, California - 1975           Caring for Patient and Incidentally His Disease      

3rd International Symposium on Detection of Prevention of Cancer - New York, New York - 1976           Mass Mobile Breast Cancer Screening with Thermography      

American Thermographic Society - Washington, D.C. - 1976           Thermography and Pain           Thermography: Highest Risk Marker in Breast Cancer     

The Third International Congress for Prevention and Detection of Cancer - New York, New York - May, 1976           Thermography: Highest Risk Marker in Breast Cancer      T

he Canadian Thermographic Society Annual Meeting - Montreal, Quebec, Canada - 1976           Thermography: Highest Risk Marker      

The Second Annual Mid-American Breast Cancer Symposium - Madison, Wisconsin - 1976           Thermography: Highest Risk Marker      

American Thermographic Society - Boston, Massachusetts - 1977           Thermal Signal in Breast Disease - Sympathetic Nervous Influence      

Gynecological Society for Study of Breast Diseases - Washington, D.C. - 1977           Thermography: Highest Risk Marker      

American Thermographic Society - Boston, Massachusetts - 1978           Thermography: Highest Risk Marker      

European Thermographic Society - Barcelona, Spain - 1978           Comparison of Telethermography and Cholesteric Plate Thermography in Breast Thermal Examinations      

American Thermographic Society - Toronto, Ontario, Canada - 1979           Comparison of Telethermography and Cholesteric Plate Thermography in Breast Thermal Examinations      

Canadian Thermographic Society - Toronto, Ontario, Canada - 1979           Thermography and Pain      

Society for Study of Breast Disease - Boston, Massachusetts - 1979           Comparison of Telethermography and Cholesteric Plate Thermography in Breast Thermal Examinations      

Society for Study of Breast Disease - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - 1980           The Physiology of the Breast by Cholesteric Plate Analysis      

Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation - San Francisco, California - 1980           The Physiology of the Breast by Cholesteric Plate Analysis      

French Thermographic Society - Lyon, France - 1980 - Guest Lecturer           Thermography: Highest Risk Marker for Breast Cancer      

4th International Symposium in Detection and Prevention of Cancer - London, England - 1980           The Physiology of the Breast by Cholesteric Plate Analysis    

International Symposium Biomedical Thermology - Strasbourg, France - June, 1981 - Invited Lecturer           Thermography and Pain      

Hungarian Medical Society - Sarasota, Florida - October, 1981           Significance of an Isolated Abnormal Colorgram      

American College of Radiology - New Orleans, Louisiana - March, 1982 - Participant           20th National Conference on Breast Cancer      

Third International Congress of Thermology - Bath, England - March, 1982           Differential Diagnosis of Pain From Thermography      

Christian Medical Society - Dallas, Texas - May, 1982           Participant in the House of Delegates Meeting      

American Thermographic Society - Washington, D.C. - May, 1982           Significance of an "Isolated" Abnormal Cologram Thermography and Pain     

 Alternatives to Mastectomy: 1982 - Cambridge, Massachusetts - May, 1982 - Participant      

Thermography in Neuromusculoskeletal Disorders - Glen Cove, New York - October, 1982           Trauma and Pain: Evaluation of Thermogram      

Hungarian Medical Association of America - Sarasota, Florida - October, 1982           Thermography of Pain and Trauma      

American Pain Society - Miami, Florida - October, 1982 - Workshop Participant           Anatomy and Physiology of Thermography     

Symposium on Benign Disorders of the Breast - Rochester, New York - November, 1982           Thermographic Screening in the Gynecologist's Office      

Thermography in Neuromusculoskeletal Disorders - Glen Cove, New York - January, 1983           Trauma and Pain: Evaluation of Thermogram      

Fourth Symposium on Thermogrammatry - Budapest, Hungary - March, 1983           Significance of an "Isolated" Abnormal Colorgram           Differential Diagnosis of Pain From Thermography      

Thermography in Neuromusculoskeletal Disorders - Glen Cove, New York - May, 1983           Trauma and Pain: Evaluation of the Thermogram      

Third International Congress on the Ultrasonic Examination of the Breast - Tokyo, Japan - June, 1983           Thermography & Ultrasonography     

International Conference on Thermal Assessment of Breast Health - Washington, D.C. - July, 1983           Analysis of Thermal Class Th V Examinations in 37,050 Thermograms           Breast Physiopathological Conditions by Thermography           Thermography & Ultrasonography      

4th International Symposium on Bioengineering and The Skin - Besancon, France - August - September, 1983           Breast Thermography - Skin Microcirculation      

Thermography in Neuromusculoskeletal Disorders - Glen Cove, New York - October, 1983           

Trauma and Pain: Evaluation of Thermogram      

American Academy of Thermology - The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine - October, 1983           Thermography and Pain Update 1983           Analysis of Thermal Class Th V Examinations in 37,050 Thermograms           Sympathetics & Galvanic Resistance as a Gateway to Thermography - Salutory Address to Curt P. Richter, Ph.D.      

Thermography in Neuromusculoskeletal Disorders - Vero Beach, Florida - January, 1984           Trauma and Pain: Evaluation of Thermogram      

Thermography: An Untapped Trial Tool - Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association; Trial Advocacy of Pennsylvania -           Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - January, 1984           Basic Anatomy & Physiology      

American Chiropractic Thermographic Society, Inc. - New Orleans, Louisiana - February, 1984           Anatomy of the Nervous Control of the Microcirculation Classification of Pain      

Thermography in Neuromusculoskeletal Disorders - Baylor College - Houston, Texas - March 31 - April 1, 1984           Trauma and Pain: Evaluation of Thermogram      

Argentinean Society of Mastology - Buenos Aires, Argentina - April, 1984           Thermography of the Breast 1984      

Chilean Thermography Society - Santiago, Chile - April, 1984           Thermography of the Breast

1984     

International Thermographic Society - Atlanta, Georgia - May, 1984           Anatomy of the Nervous Control of Microcirculation           Classification of Pain      

Japanese Thermographic Society - Tokyo, Japan - June, 1984 - Invited Speaker - President address           Thermography and Pain Update 1984      

Korean Scientific Trade Meeting - U.S. Embassy, Seoul, Korea - June, 1984 - Invited Speaker      

Thermography in Chiropractic Evaluation and Practice - Northwestern College of Chiropractic, Bloomington, Minnesota -           June 23-24, 1984           Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography      

Thermography in Neuromusculoskeletal Disorders - Glen Cove, New York - September 15-16, 1984           Trauma and Pain: Evaluation of Thermograms     

 Brooklyn Bar Association, "Handling Auto Accidents" - Brooklyn, New York - March 4, 1985           Thermography - Demonstrating Pain     

 Texas Society of Radiologic Technologists Annual Meeting - Dallas, Texas - March 21, 1985           Thermography in Neuromusculoskeletal Problems      

  American Academy of Thermology 14th Annual Meeting - Crystal City, Virginia - May 29-June 2, 1985           Analysis of Thermal Class Th 5 Examinations in 37,050 Thermograms; Part II: Significance of Factors           Neuromusculoskeletal Examinations: Indications, Results, Significance in 3150 Examinations

Flexi-Therm Training Program - London, England - June 17-19, 1985           Neuromusculoskeletal System           Breast Thermography      

Japanese Thermographic Society - Tokyo, Japan - June, 1985 - Invited Speaker - Liquid Crystal Thermography Orientation      

Nippon Medical School Daiichi Hospital - Tokyo, Japan - June, 1985           Differential Diagnosis of Pain           Breast Cancer and Thermography      

Catholic Medical College and Center - Seoul, Korea - June, 1985           Differential Diagnosis of Pain           Breast Cancer and Thermography      

Head and Neck Challenge '85 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - October 10, 1985           Does Thermography Review Additional Information in Head and Neck Disease?     

Breast Diseases IVth International Congress on Senology - Paris, France - September 1-4, 1986           Double-Blind Study of Effectiveness Transcutaneous Progesterone in Fibrocystic Breast Conditions Monitored by           Thermography      

Second Annual Meeting of Academy of Neuro-Muscular Thermography - Orlando, Florida - September 26-28, 1986           Common Technical and Interpretive Problems with Tele-electronic and Liquid Crystal Contact Thermography      

American Pain Society Sixth General Meeting - Washington, D.C. - November, 1986           Thermographic Significance in a Pain Center (Poster Presentation)      

American Academy of Thermology 16th Annual Meeting - Minneapolis, Minnesota - June 26-28, 1987           Thermographic Recording of Cutaneous Blood Flow During Exercise and Cool Down (Poster Presentation)      

Fifth World Congress on Pain (International Association for the Study of Pain), Congress Centrum - Hamburg, Germany -           August 2-7, 1987 - Chairman of the luncheon session           Thermography in Peripheral Neuropathy           Differential Diagnosis of Somatic Pain by Thermography           Thermographic Neuromusculoskeletal Examinations: Significance in 600 Consecutive Exams

Medical Exhibits:      Brest Cancer Screening with Mammography           Wisconsin Medical Society Meeting - Milwaukee, Wisconsin Special Award      Breast Cancer Screening with Mammography           Wisconsin Medical Society Meeting - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - 1971      Thermographic Breast Cancer Screening           Wisconsin Medical Society Meeting - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - 1972      Mass Mobile Breast Cancer Screening with Thermography           American College of Surgeons - San Francisco, California - 1975      Mass Mobile Breast Cancer Screening with Thermography           American Medical Association Meeting - Dallas, Texas - 1976      Importance of Breast Thermography           21st National Conference on Breast Cancer (sponsored by the American College of Radiology) - Honolulu, Hawaii           - March, 1984      Differential Diagnosis of Pain by Thermography           Thermal Image Analysis Laboratory, Thermal Image Analysis and Flexi-Therm, Inc. sponsored seminars:           Chicago, Illinois - November 1984; Houston, Texas - February, 1985; San Francisco, California - March, 1985; New York,           New York - June, 1985; Atlanta, Georgia - September, 1985; Chicago, Illinois - November, 1985; Lake Buena Vista, Florida,           February, 1986; Acapulco, Mexico - March, 1986; San Francisco, California - June, 1986; Chicago, Illinois - October, 1986;           Washington, D.C. - January, 1987; New Orleans, Louisiana - March, 1987; San Diego, California - June, 1987

Symposiums and Seminars:      Organizer and Program Chairman - First Annual Mid-American Breast Cancer Symposium - Madison, Wisconsin - 1975      Organizer and Program Chairman - Second Annual Mid-American Breast Cancer Symposium - Madison, Wisconsin - 1976      Program Chairman - American Thermographic Society, Toronto, Canada March, 1979      Workshop Participant - Macro - and Microscopic Modeling of Health and Mass Transfer in Biological Systems - University of           Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - April, 1983      Invited Participant - Early Breast Cancer Detection Seminar - Houston, Texas - May, 1983      Invited Participant - NCI - Breast Cancer Task Force Meeting - Bethesda, Maryland - September, 1983      Invited Participant - Hospital Program - Breast Thermography 1983 - San Angelo, Texas - November, 1983      Invited Participant - Comprehensive Symposium on Breast Disease - Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Wake Forest           University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina - December, 1983      Invited Participant - 21st National Conference on Breast Cancer sponsored by the American College of Radiology - Honolulu,           Hawaii - March, 1984      Participant - International Thermographic Society, Second Annual Symposium - Chicago, Illinois - July 28-29, 1984      Participant - IVth World Congress on Pain - Seattle, Washington - August 31 - September 5, 1984      Invited Participant - Third Comprehensive Symposium on Breast Diseases - Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Wake Forest           University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina - December 6-8, 1984      Participant - First Annual Meeting of Academy of Neuro-Muscular Thermography - Dallas, Texas - May 5-7, 1985      Seminar Chairman - "Breast Anatomy and Physiology by Thermography" Dallas, TX - October, 1979; Chicago, IL - November,           1979; Madison, WI - January, 1980; Chicago, IL - March, 1980; Washington, D.C. - May, 1980; Boston, MA - June, 1980; San           Diego, CA - August, 1980; Tampa, FL - October, 1980      Invited Speaker - 11th Scientific Meeting of the Midwest Pain Society; "Controversies in Contemporary Pain Management";           Milwaukee, Wisconsin - May 8-9, 1987; "Thermography - An Effective Tool in Diagnosis of Pain"      Participant - 3rd Annual Academy of Neuro-Muscular Thermography Meeting - San Francisco, California - September 18-20,           1987 for Dr. Wexler.      Participant - 19th Annual Hungarian Medical Association of America Meeting - Sarasota, Florida - October 25-30, 1987      Participant - The 2nd Annual International Conference of Neuropathic and Musculoskeletal Pain - November 4-6, 1987 - Valley           Stream, New York      Speaker - Scientific and Technical Conference - Tampa, Florida - May 6-7, 1989 - Dr. Rockley      Participant - First International Symposium on Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia - Minneapolis, Minnesota - May 8-10, 1989      Speaker - 18th Annual American Academy of Thermology, "United for Progress" - Washington, D.C. - May 18-21, 1989      Participant - Sixth Annual Pain Symposium - Lubbock, Texas - June 3-4, 1989 - Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center      Speaker - Thermography Series Seminar - Plano, Texas - August 4-5, 1989 - Physicians Academy      Invited Speaker - American Chiropractic Thermographic Society "Basic Neurophysiology of Thermography" - Orlando, Florida -           August 11-13, 1989      Speaker - Scientific and Technical Conference - Tampa, Florida - August 13, 1989 - Dr. Graham Rockley      Speaker - RSDS Informational Meeting - Madison, Wisconsin - September 13, 1989      Participant - American Academy of Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Orlando, Florida - September 20-24, 1989      Participant - American Pain Meeting - Phoenix, Arizona - October 25-28, 1989      Seminar Chairman - American Herschel Society - Phoenix, Arizona - October 27, 1989      Participant - Hungarian Medical Association of America Meeting - Sarasota, Florida - October 29 - November 3, 1989      Co-Chairman - Inter Pacific Ventures, Ltd. - Los Angeles, California - November 26, 1989      Co-Chairman - Inter Pacific Ventures, Ltd. - Los Angeles, California - January 21, 1990      Participant - International Pain Control Conference - Cancun, Mexico - February 13-17, 1990      Speaker - Southeastern Neurosciences Conference - "Pain: It's Autonomic Correlates - The Role of Thermography" -           San Francisco, California - March 2-4, 1990      Invited Speaker - American Chiropractic Thermographic Society & International Academy of Clinical Thermography Joint           Meeting - Orlando, Florida - March 10-11, 1990      Speaker - 6th World Congress of Pain - Adelaide, Australia - April 1-6, 1990      Participant - American Academy of Thermology Annual Meeting - New York, New York - May 11-13, 1990      Speaker - 7th Annual Pain Symposium - Lubbock, Texas - June 2-3, 1990 - Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center      Speaker - Cleveland Chiropractic Clinic - Los Angeles, California - June 9-10, 1990      Co-Chairman - Inter Pacific Ventures, Ltd. - Los Angeles, California - July 1, 1990      Speaker - Thermography Series Seminar - Plano, Texas - August 10-12, 1990 - Physicians Academy      Speaker - Southeastern Neurosciences Seminar "Thermography for Healthcare Professionals" - Jacksonville, Florida - August           17-19, 1990      Co-Chairman - Inter Pacific Ventures, Ltd. - Los Angeles, California - August 20, 1990      Invited Speaker - International Thermographic Society - Orlando, Florida - October 13-14, 1990      Invited Speaker - International Academy of Clinical Thermography - Las Vegas, NV - October 19-21, 1990      Participant - American Pain Society - St. Louis, Missouri - October 25-28, 1990      Speaker - Hungarian Medical Association of America Meeting - Sarasota, Florida - October 28 - November 2, 1990

Customized Thermography Seminars:      Advanced Breast Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - January 17, 1984 - Dr. Martin Baer      Thermography and the Breast - Shreveport, Louisiana, CDP Foundation - February 6, 1984 - Dr. James Phillips      Flexi-Therm Equipment In-Service - Mayfield Heights, Ohio - February 23, 1984 - Dr. Ronald Ross      Advanced Breast Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - February 28, 1984 - Dr. Hugh Mullin and Dr. Thomas Sanford      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - May 1, 1984 - Don Olsen and Luther Klotch      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - May 29, 1984 - Mark Leszczyneki, R.T.      Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography Workshop - Tampa, Florida - July 7, 1984 - Dr. Arthur Pasach, et al.      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Fresno, California - July 25, 1984 - Thermal Diagnostic Laboratories      Advanced Breast Thermography - Las Vegas, Nevada - July 26, 1984      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - August 28, 1984 - Dr. Richard Esenberg and Dr. Toby           Watkinson      Basic Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Dallas, Texas - July 18-19, 1986 – Physician’s Academy (Dr. William Kelly)      Technician Training Madison, Wisconsin - July 24, 1986 - Henry Press, D.C.      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - July 25, 1986 - Henry Press, D.C.      Advanced Breast Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - August 1, 1986 - Dr. Jay Appurao      Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography Seminar - Sundance, Wyoming - August 14, 1986 - Dr. David McAfee Group      California Thermographic Society - Los Angeles, California - November 15-16, 1986 - Annual Symposium      Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Miami, Florida - November 22-23, 1986 - Ramon de Guzman, Flexi-Therm Rep.      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - December 4, 1986 - Joyce Hertel      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - December 5, 1986 - Dr. Harold Farris and Dr. David           Conger      Advanced Nefuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - January 16, 1987 - Dr. Michael Courtney and Dr.           Reza Azar      Technician Training Madison, Wisconsin - January 29, 1987 - Yvonne Klatt-Barsano      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - April 10, 1987 - Dr. Yongil Kim      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - April 16, 1987 - Donald Bagnall      Basic Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Los Angeles, California - April 25-26, 1987 - Dr. Stephen Robert’s Group      Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography Interpretation - Macon, Georgia - May 16-17, 1987 - Pain Evaluation Center (Dr. Sam           Mandel's Group)      Breast Thermography Seminar- Madison, Wisconsin - May 22, 1987 - Dr. Ross Stockwell      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - July 2, 1987 - Med/Law Labs: Patricia McMahon and Karen Palm      Basic Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Dallas, Texas - July 10-11, 1987 - Physician's Academy (Dr. William Kelley)      Basic Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Chicago, Illinois - July 14, 1987 - Med/Law Labs      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - July 17, 1987 - Zeynep Karasu, M.D.      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - August 28, 1987 - Deepika Bajaj, M.D.      Basic Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania - September 16, 1987 - Frick Community Health           Center Group      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - September 25, 1987 - Dr. Patrick M. Casey      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - October 22, 1987 - Ms. Angelita B. Nepomuceno      Basic Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Houston, Texas - December 17-18, 1987 - Dr. P. Prithvi Raj      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - September 13, 1984 - Donna Dunlap      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - September 25, 1984 - Dr. Richard Huff and Dr. Steven           Goff      Differential Diagnosis of the Causes of Neuromasculoskeletal Thermography - San Francisco, California - September 29,           1984 - Pate Wahi and Associates      Medical/Legal Thermography - Detroit Michigan - December 13, 1984 - Ford Motor Company Legal Counselor Staff      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - January 29, 1985 - Dr. Michael Grefer, Dr. Marvin           Kidd, and Dr. Russ Johnson      Basic Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Fort Myers, Florida - February 9, 1985 - Neurology Associates of Lee County      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - February 21, 1985 - Mary Gunn and Mary Dennis      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - April 18, 1985 - Darla Fletcher, Donald Dyle, M. Luther Kloth      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - May 2, 1985 - Donna Bachman      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - May 21, 1985 - Dr. John Rupolo      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - July 16, 1985 - Dr. Tal J. Park      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - July 18, 1985 - Jody CoBabe      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - December 12, 1985 - Sara Cser      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - December 6, 1985 - Dr. David Knapp, Dr. A. Robert           Massam, Dr. Richard Gorski, Dr. Paul Flaggman, Dr. Fred J. Quatro      Technician Training Madison, Wisconsin - March 21, 1986 - Two technicians from Dr. William Bauer’s Office      Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography Seminar - Newark, New Jersey - April 5-6, 1986 - Thermographic Services of New           Jersey (Dr. Schneider)      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - April 18, 1986 - Dr. Bruce Miller and Dr. Robert           Friedman      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - April 18, 1986 - Two technicians from Dr. Friedman’s Office      Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography Interpretation - Los Angeles, California - April 25-26, 1986 - Eleventh Avenue Medical           Group (Elizabeth Moon)      Basic Concepts and Indications for Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Farmington, Connecticut - May 9, 1986 -           Orthopedic Surgery Department, University of Connecticut Health Center      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - June 26, 1986 - Lynn Stewart (Dr. Sam Mandel's Office)      Basic Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - New Stanton, Pennsylvania - February 13, 1988 - Requested by Robert Bodnar,           Flexi-Therm Representative      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - May 27, 1988 - Dr. John Hague      Basic Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Lubbock, Texas - July 8-10, 1988 – Physician’s Academy (Dr. William Kelly)      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - November 15, 1988 - Kelly M. Brady      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - November 29, 1988 - Debra Shipe and Brenda Webster      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - December 2, 1988 - Alice Samuel and Brenda Linsey      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - January 19, 1989 - Connie Shackleford      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - January 20, 1989 - Dr. Randy Moelter and Dr. Rachna           Mehra      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - May 11, 1989 - Margaret Dieck      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - July 12, 1990 - Joan McDonough and Kain Ang      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - July 13, 1990 - Dr. Ying-Yang Tsai      Specialized Training Seminar - Cleveland, Ohio - August 21-22, 1990 - Dr. Michael Stanton-Hicks and Staff - Cleveland Clinic      Specialized Training Seminar - Cleveland, Ohio - August 23, 1990 - Dr. Patel and Staff      Technician Training - Madison, Wisconsin - September 20, 1990 - Lynnette Roberston, Pamela Sockel and Robert Tomas      Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Thermography - Madison, Wisconsin - September 21, 1990 - Dr. John Ortolani, Dr. R. Arian,           Dr. J.M. Baron and Robert Thomas

Medical Societies:      Founder of Junior Member International College of Surgeons - 1951      Fellow of American College of Surgeons - 1953-1980      Fellow of International College of Surgeons - 1953      Cook County Hospital Alumni Association - 1961      Member - Wisconsin Chapter of American College of Surgeons - 1969      Founder, Karl Meyer Surgical Society - 1971      Christian Medical Society - 1972      American Thermographic Society - 1972      European Thermographic Society - 1972      International Health Evaluation Association - 1974      Club Francais De Telethermographie Clinique - 1976      International Society of Senology - 1976      Canadian Thermographic Society - 1976      International Thermology Society - 1979      New York Academy of Science - 1979      International Society for the Study of Pain - 1981      Liquid Crystal Contact Thermography Society of the Breast, Inc. - 1982      American Pain Society - 1982      Midwest Pain Society - 1982      Elected as alternate delegate - Christian Medical Society - 1982      Liquid Crystal Contact Thermography Society of the Spine & Extremities - 1983      Chilean Mastology Society - 1984      Latin America Thermography Society - 1984      Elected Honorary Fellow - American Academy of Thermology - 1984      Elected Honorary Member - Japanese Thermographic Society - 1985      Member - Academy of Neuro-Muscular Thermography - 1985      Member - American Back Society - 1986      Member - The American Society of Regional Anesthesia - 1987      Member-at-Large - American Academy of Thermology - 1988      President - American Herschel Society      Member - American Academy of Pain Medicine

Medical Organizations:      President - Dana County Chapter of American Cancer Society - 1962-1965      Chairman - Dane County Chapter of American Cancer Society - 1965-1968      Founder - MadisonGeneral Hospital, Medical-Surgical Foundation Secretary - 1959-1969      President - Madison Breast Cancer Detection Center - 1973      Founder & President - Wisconsin Breast Cancer Detection Foundation - 1976      Secretary/Treasurer - Karl A. Meyer Surgical Society - 1976      Director - Thermal Image Analysis, Inc. - 1979      Director - Madison Pain Diagnostic Clinic - 1980      Director - Liquid Crystal Contact Thermography Society of the Breast - 1982      Technical Consultant - California Thermographic Society - 1986      Board of Directors - American College of Thermography - 1989

Medical Consultant:      Columbian National Cancer Institute - ongoing consultant for establishment of Mass Breast Cancer Screening Program,           South America - 1978      Spectotherm - San Jose, California - 1972-1974      General Electric - Waukesha, Wisconsin - 1974-1974      Vectra Corporation - Dayton, Ohio - 1976-1982      Dorex Corporation - Orange, California - 1978-1984      American Thermal Instruments, Inc. - Dayton, Ohio - 1982 - present      Flexi-Therm, Inc. - Westbury, New York - 1982 - present

Seminar Chairman - "Breast Anatomy and Physiology of Thermography":      Washington, D.C. - January, 1981; Denver, CO - March, 1981; New York, NY - May, 1981; San Francisco, CA - July, 1981;      Atlanta, GA - September, 1981; Dallas, TX - November, 1981; Los Angeles, CA - February, 1982; Washington, D.C. - April,      1982; Madison, WI - June, 1982; Washington, D.C. - October, 1982; Santa Monica, CA - November, 1982; Madison, WI -      January, 1983; Madison, WI - April 1983; Madison, WI - September, 1983; Madison, WI - January, 1984; Madison, WI - March,      1984; Madison, WI - May, 1984; Madison, WI - July, 1984; Chicago, IL - November, 1984; Houston, TX - January, 1985; New      York, NY - June, 1985; Atlanta, GA - September, 1985

Seminar Chairman - "TIA Neuromusculoskeletal, Medical/Legal and Technician Training Thermography Seminars":      Chicago, IL - November 16-17, 1984; Houston, TX - February 1-2, 1985; San Francisco, CA - March 29-30, 1985; New York, NY      - June 14-15, 1985; Atlanta, GA - September 20-21, 1985; Chicago, IL - November 22-23, 1985; Lake Buena Vista, FL - January      31 - February 1, 1986; Acapulco, Mexico - March 10-13, 1986; San Francisco, CA - June 7-8, 1986; Chicago, IL - October 11-12,      1986; Washington, D.C. - January 24-25, 1987; New Orleans, LA - March 14-15, 1987; San Diego, CA - June 6-7, 1987;      Boston, MA - September 12-13, 1987; Fort Lauderdale, FL - November 14-15, 1987; San Francisco, CA - February 19-20, 1988;      Dallas, TX - April 23-24, 1988; Chicago, IL - June 18-19, 1988; Chicago, IL - November 4-5, 1988; Houston, TX - January 28-29,      1989; Chicago, IL - April 8-9, 1989; Lubbock, TX - June 3, 1989; Madison, WI - August 26-27, 1989; Madison, WI - November      11-12, 1990; Atlanta, GA - January 27-28, 1990; Madison, WI - February 24-25, 1990; Tampa, FL - May 19-20, 1990; Lubbock,      TX - June 1, 1990      Participant - International Society for Bioengineering and the Skin - San Francisco, California - August 29 - September 2, 1985      Participant - False Positives and False Negatives in Diagnosis Through Images, Third Congress on Mastology - Buenos           Aires, Argentina, September 22-26, 1985      Participant - Fifth General Scientific Meeting of the American Pain Society, Dallas, Texas - October 18-20, 1985      Participant - 15th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Thermology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine,           Baltimore, Maryland - June 12-15, 1986      Co-Chairman - Thermomedica '86, Fourth International Congress of the European Association of Thermology - Graz, Austria -           September 10-13 1986      Speaker - "Thermal Measurement and Radiometry", September 11, 1986      Speaker - Second Albert Memorial Symposium - Greater Southeast Community Hospital, Washington, D.C. - September 17,           1986      Speaker - Thermography: A Core Course, for Thomas Ravin, M.D., Denver, Colorado - April 23-25, 1987; "How Thermography           Works"; "Thermography in a Thermographer's Practice"

 

 

 

 


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