Today we know that breast cancer remains microscopic and clinically undetectable for 75% of its lifespan, approximately 8 years. The question is: If cancer is so small for so long, how can we see it? The answer: We can’t. However, what we can see with an infrared thermography camera are the signs of development, which are not microscopic. Pre-screening with infrared thermography can save lives with pre-early detection. This gives you time to prevent further development and seek treatment of the underlying cause. Now that is doing something different!