Testimonials

  • Wow, what an eye opener the DVD was. I watched it with my husband tonight, can’t believe over 23 years, since I was 40, I have had at least 30 mammograms!!! Have had loads of different biopsies, as in the DVD. I had 6 weeks of Radiotherapy, two lots each time, which made my cough worse. Numerous body scans, bone scans, bone density scans, CT scans, etc. plus the cancer drugs and HRT. It is amazing that I am still here!!! But obviously the Zara’s Herbal Tea has helped me. I wonder why we were not invited to use the Thermal scan ? Tomorrow I will phone up and cancel my Mammogram, no more for me! I will also show this to my Daughter, who has to go yearly for Mammograms as she is on the Family History programme.
    Ms Waygood, Hampshire
  • Wow fantastic, good film, factual and needs promoting.
    Russ Evans
  • A very interesting and knowledgeable film, which makes you very aware of
    breast cancer and what is right for your body. Well done.
    Mollie Clarke
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  • Well done! This film gives substance and evidence to the suspicions of risk that has been evident for so many years. Another scandal supported by the medical establishment and pharmaceutical companies.
    B Barrow
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  • A very thought provoking film. I would have liked to see the NHS and government more involved to put all the evidence against invasive breast screening and in favour of alternatives to get their reactions and to answer the “hard” questions. Other than that, the film certainly got its strong message across.
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  • Extremely informative and well put across. The fact that thermography can monitor cells in a non invasive way should be available to everyone on the NHS. Cancer is a scary word and more people seem to be diagnosed with it everyday, therefore every preventative/ non invasive procedure should be used to help to beat this awful illness and help people live their lives!
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  • A wonderful film. I’m so glad I came tonight. Definitely thermal imaging is the way forward for myself and my daughter.
    J Matta
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  • An excellent film. It has made me very aware for next time I am invited to a routine mammogram. I think thermal imaging should be available on the NHS and women should be made more aware of the risks of having a mammogram.
    S O’Rourke
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  • Excellent film, very well produced, factual and informative.
    John Ashcroft
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  • Very inspirational film. Women need to unite and feel empowered to take their health into their own hands.
    H. Massey
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  • As a 19 year old woman, I found this film very informative because I had no idea of the dangers of mammograms and I would love to see thermograms introduced. Also as a film-maker myself at university I found this film spot on and it will identify with all audiences. Perhaps showings like this could be organised in universities, as I know many of my peers would be interested.
    Natalie Donnelly
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  • Very good and very pro!
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  • The film today really baffled me. I don’t know much about this subject and had no idea about the alternatives. For me I feel the film could have included more scientific reports. I know this is out of your reach, like a report on the percentage of DCIS, but I feel more scientific research should be pushed forward.
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  • Very informative and well put together. I think a follow up film about lifestyle and healthy living is important.
    J Lazano
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  • Wonderful film, thought provoking, challenging and intelligent. This film gives women information and options to take their health back into their own hands. Thank you!
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  • If knowledge is power, then by withholding information the NHS is intentionally dis empowering women. Cost and value are issues we cannot ignore. A corporate approach seems to be the key factor here. Profit not progress is an outdated model. It’s time for change.
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  • Today I was due to have my first mammogram, I cancelled on the strength of this movie! I needed more information, choice and now I feel I’ve had my eyes opened about the reality of breast screening.
    Sarah
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  • Good issues raised, thank you. Some of the information too skirted over or portrayed too emotionally. It needs lifestyle changes on website and in the film.
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  • A very informative film, which is also very alarming. We should have choices! Clearly radiation is harmful and we have verbal proof that the procedure is painful to the point of passing out. The general public should be informed and we must be able to exercise our rights! Its a free world.
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  • Very informative and provocative. I hesitated about having my last mammogram and eventually went for it, I will not go again. This needs to be campaigned on such sites as AVAAZ and other social media networks.
    Helen Ward
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  • A frightening informative film. It certainly made me realise how ignorant I am.
    I feel this should be screened across the country.
    P Halsall
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  • Consciously researched and well presented. Thank you so much for trying to focus attention on these issues.
    C Hughes
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  • Brilliant, well done. Use AVAAZ to start a campaign.
    L Ward.
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  • A very informative and thought provoking film. Well researched and shocking. This needs to go out to a wider audience.
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  • Brilliant
    Informative
    Shocking
    Professional
    Moving
    All of the above are words to describe this film. It should be on T.V. Women need to see this.
    Sue Massey
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  • A film that will provoke thought, debate and prompt individuals to do further research, which can only improve health outcomes for women.
    Jackie Roberts
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  • All women need to watch this film. They need to know they have choices. Too many women are having their lives ruined and too many are still dying unnecessarily.
    Gabby Mottershead
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  • I knew about a lot of the issues in the film through my wife educating me. I am certain that any person who saw this film would sit up and take notice, so I feel its crucial that the film is put out there on the world wide web i.e Youtube and other social networks. I would gladly share and promote it as much as I can.
    Paul Mottershead
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  • Shocking and thought provoking! There are so many issues developed within the film but one for me is the issue of “informed choice”. As the daughter of a breast cancer victim I have witnessed how the medical profession impose their will on a person at a time they are at their most vulnerable. I will always wonder “what if”… the mammograms, the chemotherapy, the radiotherapy, with little or no time to prepare or decide. As a mother to 4 girls I owe it to them to make the best decisions in my mums memory and all the other ladies who are no longer with us.
    Liz Ludden
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  • Congratulations to all involved. A compelling, thought provoking documentary, should be widely seen, discussed and promoted.
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  • Absolutely fantastic and very informative. Truly an eye opener for everyone and letting them know that there is always a choice and there is always a safer alternative for them. I look forward to spreading the word to all my friends and family about this amazing film.
    David Keld
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  • Very informative and every woman needs to know the facts and therefore to be able to make informed choices.
    S Davidson
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  • I think its very important for people to have a choice and the right information about screening. I feel that as a younger person it is so scary to think that everything I have ever known to do with health and medicine is complete lies and warped.
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  • A film that EVERY woman should see. Every woman should be given this information and then change it CERTAIN to happen!
    J Hayward
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  • Loved the film for the way it gives information and exposes the misinformation given to women who really believe they are taking care of their health when they show up for a mammogram.
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  • We thought the film was wonderful, very informative and we will certainly spread the word.
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  • Very informative and needs to be available to everyone. I will defiantly pass
    this information on to everyone I know. Thank you.
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  • An amazing film! A real eye opener that every woman needs to know. This film could save your life “literally”. I have never had a mammogram and never will. At the age of 57 years old I would have had a few mammograms by now and feel my risk of breast cancer would be inevitable.
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  • It is a brilliant, fabulous informative film. Thanks guys.
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  • It’s making people aware that there is a need for an open and honesty independent enquiry into breast cancer screening and this film is the first step to that. Well done.
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  • Thank you. This film absolutely needs to be out in the public domain. Women and men HAVE to know the truth about the 1939 Cancer Act and also the truth about “screening”, which most believe will give them a better chance of survival.
    Sarah Johnston-Knight
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  • From a basis of no knowledge I think the film gave a very balanced and non-hysterical view… do you think they had the same problem when they stopped using leeches? You are very passionate. You will succeed.
    Jan Knight
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  • Very impressed by a logical common sense review of the current national breast screening/ review and procedures. It has become apparent that archaic systems of detection and procedure may border on barbaric. Quite simply the whole system needs to be reviewed and women need to be informed of choices that can be made to ensure a care package that delivers concise information to empower them and not frighten them.
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  • Thanks for making this film. I definitely won’t be booking a mammogram any time soon!

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