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Life Imaging Blog

An ongoing series of informational entries

10 Facts About Cancer That Could Help You Save a Life

The word “cancer” is scary.


Getting a cancer diagnosis is even scarier, because it often feels random.


The key to alleviating the fear and stigmas around cancer is knowledge. Knowing your risk profile for developing certain types of cancer, knowing what to look for, and knowing how to maximize your chances for living a longer, healthy life will help you minimize those fears.


Making healthy choices can also help, if you do face a cancer diagnosis.


Related: Cancer Prevention: 7 Steps To Reduce Your Risk


Our mission is to educate and provide an affordable early detection system for the one of the deadliest diseases known to mankind.


Here are 15 facts that might help you build your knowledge base about cancer:


1. There Are More Than 100 Different Kinds of Cancer

Cancer can grow in your bones, bone marrow, soft tissues like muscle and fat, inside your organs, and other places all over your body.


2. Skin Cancer is The Most Common in the United States

It’s not just the most common type in the U.S.; it’s the most common type of cancer worldwide.


Don’t ignore applying adequate amounts of sunscreen every time you head outdoors. Accruing just five sunburns doubles your risk of melanoma, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation.


3. Early Detection is Key With Ovarian Cancer

The five-year survival rate for early-stage ovarian cancer when it’s detected, diagnosed, and treated is over 90 percent.


The most common symptoms of ovarian cancer are pelvic or belly pain, bloating, a sensation of feeling full quickly, and urgent or frequent need to urinate. Not everyone will experience these symptoms, but if you do, and they persist or worsen, it’s worth consulting your doctor.


4. Breast Cancer is the Most Common Diagnosed Cancer in the United States

The National Cancer Institute estimates that approximately 279,100 new breast cancer cases have been diagnosed in the U.S. during 2020.


When cancer is “localized,” or hasn’t spread beyond the breast, the five-year survival rate is 99 percent. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, about 64 percent of breast cancer cases are diagnosed at this stage.


5. The Five-Year Survival Rate for Hodgkin Lymphoma is About 87 Percent

When found in its earliest stages, the five-year survival rate of Hodgkin Lymphoma is 92%.


If the cancer spreads regionally, the five-year survival rate is 94%. If the cancer has spread to different parts of the body, the five-year survival rate is 78%.


6. Immunotherapy, is Now Available to Treat More Than a Dozen Different Types of Cancer

Immunotherapy is a type of treatment that bolsters your immune system so it can fight cancer.


In a study led by UCLA investigators, treatment with the immunotherapy drug, pembrolizumab, helped more than 15% of people with advanced non-small-cell lung cancer live for at least five years.


When the study began in 2012, the average five-year survival rate was just 5.5% for people with that type of cancer.


7. If You’re 50 or Older, Your Doctor May Recommend a Colorectal Screening

Colorectal cancer causes more deaths than you might realize.


In fact, it’s the second most common cause of cancer-related deaths in men and women in the United States.


Colorectal screenings include colonoscopy, sigmoidoscopy, and stool tests such as a high-sensitivity fecal occult blood test and a stool DNA test. These screening tests look for polyps and abnormal growths in the colon— signs of colorectal cancer.


8. Every Three Minutes, Someone in the U.S. Is Diagnosed With a Blood Cancer Like Leukemia, Lymphoma or Myeloma

And every nine minutes, someone dies from a blood cancer.


9. Smoking is the Number One Risk Factor for Lung Cancer and Causes 80 to 90 Percent of Lung Cancer Deaths

Tobacco smoke is a carcinogen, a toxic, cancerous substance.

Alcohol and tobacco, especially if they’re used together, are believed to cause about three-quarters of the head and neck cancers diagnosed in the U.S.


10. The HPV Type 16 Strain is Considered a Risk Factor for Cancers of the Head and Neck

Other HPV-related cancers include vaginal, vulvar, anal, penile and cervical cancer.


The Gardasil vaccine provides protection against nine types of HPV, including seven of the high risk strains that can lead to cancer.


Catch Cancer Early With Life Imaging

Regular self-exams and screenings for various types of cancers—such as skin, colon, cervix and breast—can increase your chances of discovering cancer early, when treatment is most likely to be successful.


Related: What is Life Imaging? Everything you Need to Know


At Life Imaging we provide an affordable early detection system for the deadliest diseases including cancer. Our FDA approved, world's fastest, and most accurate low-dose EBT scanner can detect symptoms years before the onset of deadly diseases.


Related: 5 Frequently Asked Questions at Life Imaging


Early detection absolutely saves lives, and gives you a peace of mind!


We now have a choice—no one needs to be a statistic any longer.


Check out our StartEngine raise to get a better understanding of Life Imaging!


If you have any questions please let us know! We’d love to hear from you.

Cancer Prevention: 7 Steps To Reduce Your Risk

You've probably heard conflicting reports about cancer prevention. Sometimes a specific cancer-prevention tip recommended in one study is advised against in another.


Often, what's known about cancer prevention is still evolving. However, it's well-accepted that your chances of developing cancer are affected by the lifestyle choices you make.


So if you're interested in preventing cancer, take comfort in the fact that simple lifestyle changes can make a difference. Consider these cancer-prevention tips.


1. Don't Use Tobacco

Using any type of tobacco puts you on a collision course with cancer. Smoking has been linked to various types of cancer — including cancer of the lung, mouth, throat, larynx, pancreas, bladder, cervix and kidney. Chewing tobacco has been linked to cancer of the oral cavity and pancreas. Even if you don't use tobacco, exposure to secondhand smoke might increase your risk of lung cancer.

Avoiding tobacco — or deciding to stop using it — is an important part of cancer prevention. If you need help quitting tobacco, ask your doctor about stop-smoking products and other strategies for quitting.


2. Eat A Healthy Diet

Although making healthy selections at the grocery store and at mealtime can't guarantee cancer prevention, it might reduce your risk. Consider these guidelines:

  • Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables: Base your diet on fruits, vegetables, and other foods from plant sources — such as whole grains and beans.
  • Avoid obesity: Eat lighter and leaner by choosing fewer high-calorie foods, including refined sugars and fat from animal sources.
  • If you choose to drink alcohol, do so only in moderation: The risk of various types of cancer — including cancer of the breast, colon, lung, kidney, and liver — increases with the amount of alcohol you drink and the length of time you've been drinking regularly.
  • Limit processed meats: A report from the International Agency for Research on Cancer, the cancer agency of the World Health Organization, concluded that eating large amounts of processed meat can slightly increase the risk of certain types of cancer.
In addition, women who eat a Mediterranean diet supplemented with extra-virgin olive oil and mixed nuts might have a reduced risk of breast cancer. The Mediterranean diet focuses mostly on plant-based foods, such as fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes, and nuts. People who follow the Mediterranean diet choose healthy fats, such as olive oil, over butter, and fish instead of red meat.


3. Maintain a Healthy Weight and Be Physically Active

Maintaining a healthy weight might lower the risk of various types of cancer, including cancer of the breast, prostate, lung, colon, and kidney.


Physical activity counts, too. In addition to helping you control your weight, physical activity on its own might lower the risk of breast cancer and colon cancer.


Adults who participate in any amount of physical activity gain some health benefits. But for substantial health benefits, strive to get at least 150 minutes a week of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes a week of vigorous aerobic activity. You can also do a combination of moderate and vigorous activity. As a general goal, include at least 30 minutes of physical activity in your daily routine — and if you can do more, even better.


4. Protect Yourself From the Sun

Skin cancer is one of the most common kinds of cancer — and one of the most preventable. Try these tips:


  • Avoid midday sun: Stay out of the sun between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., when the sun's rays are strongest.
  • Stay in the shade: When you're outdoors, stay in the shade as much as possible. Sunglasses and a broad-brimmed hat help, too.
  • Cover exposed areas: Wear tightly woven, loose-fitting clothing that covers as much of your skin as possible. Opt for bright or dark colors, which reflect more ultraviolet radiation than do pastels or bleached cotton.
  • Don't skimp on sunscreen: Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30, even on cloudy days. Apply sunscreen generously, and reapply every two hours — or more often if you're swimming or perspiring.
  • Avoid tanning beds and sunlamps: These are just as damaging as natural sunlight.

5. Get Vaccinated

Cancer prevention includes protection from certain viral infections. Talk to your doctor about vaccination against:


  • Hepatitis B: Hepatitis B can increase the risk of developing liver cancer. The hepatitis B vaccine is recommended for certain adults at high risks — such as adults who are sexually active but not in a mutually monogamous relationship, people with sexually transmitted infections, people who use intravenous drugs, men who have sex with men, and health care or public safety workers who might be exposed to infected blood or body fluids.
  • Human papillomavirus (HPV): HPV is a sexually transmitted virus that can lead to cervical and other genital cancers as well as squamous cell cancers of the head and neck. The HPV vaccine is recommended for girls and boys ages 11 and 12. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved the use of vaccine Gardasil 9 for males and females ages 9 to 45.

6. Avoid Risky Behaviors

Another effective cancer prevention tactic is to avoid risky behaviors that can lead to infections that, in turn, might increase the risk of cancer. For example:


  • Practice safe sex. Limit your number of sexual partners and use a condom when you have sex. The more sexual partners you have in your lifetime, the more likely you are to contract a sexually transmitted infection — such as HIV or HPV. People who have HIV or AIDS have a higher risk of cancer of the anus, liver, and lung. HPV is most often associated with cervical cancer, but it might also increase the risk of cancer of the anus, penis, throat, vulva, and vagina.
  • Don't share needles. Sharing needles with people who use intravenous drugs can lead to HIV, as well as hepatitis B and hepatitis C — which can increase the risk of liver cancer. If you're concerned about drug misuse or addiction, seek professional help.

7. Get Screened With Life Imaging


Regular self-exams and screenings for various types of cancers — such as cancer of the skin, colon, cervix and breast — can increase your chances of discovering cancer early, when treatment is most likely to be successful.


At Life Imaging we take the guesswork out of preventative care.


Related: What is Life Imaging? Everything you Need to Know


Our mission is to educate and provide an affordable early detection system for the deadliest diseases including cancer. With our, FDA approved world's fastest and most accurate low-dose EBT scanner diseases can sometimes show up to decades before symptoms even occur.


Early detection absolutely saves lives! Peace of mind through prevention! We now have a choice—no one needs to be a statistic any longer.


Also, feel free to check out our StartEngine raise to get a better understanding of Life Imaging!


If you have any questions please let us know! We’d love to hear from you.

5 Frequently Asked Questions at Life Imaging

Life Imaging has received many interesting questions, some about our StartEngine campaign and others about our efforts to become the solution to preventative care.


In this article, we aim to take a deep dive to answer several frequently asked questions to provide clarity regarding customer and investor inquiries to provide deeper insight into Life Imaging’s raise as well as our FDA-approved EBTC scanners.


Related: What is Life Imaging? Everything you Need to Know


Is the Preventative Screening for Heart Disease and Cancer Covered by Insurance?


Unfortunately, the screening is not covered by insurance. Insurance will only be used for treatment when an illness is shown.

Full body scans can cost thousands of dollars through insurance, but our packages are just a few hundred dollars a scan, making our body scans incredibly affordable. Plus, our scanning protocols are straightforward, don’t require any contrast or dyes, and only take a mere five-ten minute of your time.


Our goal is to have Life Imaging around the world so anyone can have access to affordable preventative care, and by doing that, we can save lives every day.


How Long Does It Take to Get a Scan?


Our FDA-approved EBTC scanners can easily detect signs of diseases before a patient shows any symptoms sometimes decades ahead using only 10% of the radiation of a normal CT scanner.


Before the start of the scan, you lie down on a bench, possibly in a specific position. The technician may use pillows or straps to ensure that you stay in the correct position for long enough to get a quality image. You may also have to hold your breath during brief individual scans, which last only 10 to 20 seconds.


To start the scan, the technician moves the table — via a remote from a separate room — into the CT machine. The CT machine looks like a giant doughnut made of plastic and metal. You’ll most likely go through the machine several times.


After a round of scans, you may be required to wait for a few minutes while the technicians review the images to ensure they’re clear enough for your doctor to read. The whole test shouldn’t take longer than 10 minutes.


Do You Have to Take Your Clothes Off or Wear a Gown to Get Scanned?


No! At Life Imaging you get to keep your clothes on. However, we do ask you to wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing for your exam.


Metal objects including jewelry, eyeglasses, dentures, and hairpins may affect the CT images and should be left at home or removed prior to your exam. You may also be asked to remove hearing aids and removable dental work.


How Much Radiation Will I Interact With When I Get Scanned?


Our state of the art GE CT scanner uses a low dose software and has less radiation than you get walking around on the planet. It is very safe.


The new high-definition CT scanner from GE Healthcare is producing clearer images of the body’s internal organs, bones, and soft tissue while reducing potentially cancer-causing radiation exposure compared with older machines.


Why Are There Not More People Doing This?


The test is relatively new, it's not part of standard guidelines for heart screenings—and not all insurance plans cover it.


Related: Heart Disease in Women: Understanding the Symptoms and Risk Factors


But it's apt to be used more in the future, as several studies comparing it with other tests have shown its effectiveness in determining the risk of cardiac events.


For now, ask your doctor.


Invest in Life Imaging on StartEngine


The takeaway is that you don’t have to be a statistic when it comes to heart disease and cancer the two biggest killers of people on the planet. As we get older we must stay ahead of it. You now have the ability to know today rather than worry about tomorrow. What a relief it can be.


We can’t wait to see what the future has in store for affordable preventative care, and if you want to help support our progress, then get involved and invest in Life Imaging on StartEngine!


Related: Why You Should Invest in Life Imaging


Some might ask, what is Life Imaging’s mission?


Our mission is to inform as many people as we can about preventative care. We have story after story of lives that have been saved with this preventative technology when used properly.


We just need to let people know there is a good option rather than finding out the hard way!


You can’t put a price on good health, and living our whole lives for as long as possible is the best investment anyone can make.


If you are ready to be a part of the real solution for affordable preventative care then invest in Life Imaging and help us save lives! 


Heart Disease in Women: Understanding the Symptoms and Risk Factors

Heart disease is often thought to be more of a problem for men. However, it's the most common cause of death for women in the United States. Because some heart disease symptoms in women can differ from those in men, women often don't know what to look for.


Fortunately, by learning their unique heart disease symptoms, women can begin to take the steps to reduce their risks.


Heart Attack Symptoms for Women

The most common heart attack symptom in women is the same as in men–some chest pain, pressure, or discomfort that lasts more than a few minutes or comes and goes. Women often describe it as pressure or tightness.


But chest pain is not always severe or even the most noticeable symptom, particularly in women. And, it's possible to have a heart attack without chest pain.


Women are more likely than men to have heart attack symptoms unrelated to chest pain, such as:


  • Neck, jaw, shoulder, upper back, or abdominal discomfort
  • Shortness of breath
  • Pain in one or both arms
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Sweating
  • Lightheadedness or dizziness
  • Unusual fatigue
  • Indigestion


These symptoms may be vague and not as noticeable as the crushing chest pain associated with heart attacks. This might be because women tend to have blockages in their main arteries and in the smaller ones that supply blood to the heart—a condition called small vessel heart disease or coronary microvascular disease.


Women tend to have symptoms more often when resting or even when asleep than they do in men. Emotional stress can play a role in triggering heart attack symptoms in women.


Related: Can Stress Affect Your Heart?


Because women don't always recognize their symptoms as those of a heart attack, they tend to show up in emergency rooms after heart damage has occurred. Also, because their symptoms often differ from men's, women might be diagnosed less often with heart disease than men are.


If you have symptoms of a heart attack or think you're having one, call for emergency medical help immediately. Don't drive yourself to the emergency room unless you have no other options.


Heart Disease Risk Factors for Women

Several traditional risk factors for coronary artery disease—such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and obesity—affect both women and men. But other factors can play a more prominent role in the development of heart disease in women.


Heart disease risk factors for women include:


  • Diabetes; Women with diabetes are more likely to develop heart disease than are men with diabetes. Also, because diabetes can change the way you feel pain, you're at greater risk of having a silent heart attack—without symptoms.
  • Mental stress and depression; Stress and depression affect women's hearts more than men's. Depression makes it difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle and follow recommended treatment.
  • Smoking; Smoking is a greater risk factor for heart disease in women than it is in men.
  • Inactivity; A lack of physical activity is a significant risk factor for heart disease. Some research has found women to be less active than men.
  • Menopause; Low levels of estrogen after menopause pose a significant risk of developing the disease in smaller blood vessels.
  • Pregnancy complications; High blood pressure or diabetes during pregnancy can increase the mother's long-term risk of high blood pressure and diabetes. The conditions also make women more likely to get heart disease.
  • Family history of early heart disease; This appears to be a greater risk factor in women than in men.
  • Inflammatory diseases; Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and others can increase heart disease risk in both men and women.

Now you may ask, is heart disease something only older women should worry about?


Heart disease has no age, and women of all ages should take heart disease seriously—women under age 65, especially those with a family history of heart disease.


Also, it is vital to pay close attention to heart disease risk factors.


What Can Women Do to Reduce Their Risk of Heart Disease?

Living a healthy lifestyle can help reduce the risk of heart disease. Try these heart-healthy strategies:

Exercise to Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease in Women

The Department of Health and Human Services recommends at least 150 minutes a week of moderate aerobic activity, 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic exercise a week, or a combination of the two.


That's about 30 minutes a day, five days a week. If that's more than you can do, start slowly and build up. Even five minutes a day of exercise has health benefits.


For a more significant health boost, aim for about 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise a day, five days a week.


Also, do strength training exercises two or more days a week.


It's OK to break up your workouts into several 10-minute sessions during a day. You'll still get the same heart-healthy benefits.


Internal training—in which you alternate short bursts of intense activity with intervals of lighter activity—is another way to maintain a healthy weight, improve blood pressure, and keep your heart healthy. For example, include short bursts of jogging or fast walking into your regular walks.


You can also add exercise to your daily activities with these tips:


  • Take the stairs instead of an elevator.
  • Walk or ride your bike to work or to do errands.
  • March in place while watching television.

What’s a Healthy Weight?


What's considered a healthy weight varies from person to person, but having an average body mass index (BMI) is helpful. BMI is a measurement of body fat calculated from height and weight. A BMI of 25 or higher can be associated with an increased risk of heart disease.

Your waist measurement (waist circumference) is also a useful tool to tell whether you're overweight. Women are generally considered overweight if their waist measurement is greater than 35 inches (89 centimeters).


Is the Treatment for Heart Disease in Women Different Than in Men?

In general, heart disease treatment in women and men is similar. It can include medications, angioplasty, and stenting, or coronary bypass surgery.


Women are less likely to be prescribed statin therapy to prevent future heart attacks than are men. However, studies show the benefits are similar in both groups. Angioplasty and stenting, commonly used treatments for heart attack, work for both men and women. But for coronary bypass surgery, women are more likely than men to have complications.


Cardiac rehabilitation can improve health and aid recovery from heart disease. However, women are less likely to be referred for cardiac rehabilitation than men are.


Prevent Heart Disease With Life Imaging

At Life Imaging, our patients come in to learn about our process and get scanned, and we provide them with an easy-to-read detailed report. Depending on the report, we will transfer the information to their doctor to help them set up the next steps if needed.


For example, if a patient shows a high calcium score of the heart, we will forward that information to their doctor. The doctor will then tell them they need to do x, y, and z, and we can set a plan for doing annual screenings to see any improvements in our preferred annual care program.

Heart disease is reversible in most cases. We make the process as smooth and affordable as possible.


Related: What is Life Imaging? Everything you Need to Know


Invest in Life Imaging on StartEngine

We’re excited to realize our vision with our flagship clinic opening up with our scanners installed very soon. We can’t wait to see what the future has in store for affordable preventative care, and if you want to help support our progress, then get involved and invest in Life Imaging on StartEngine!


What are the benefits of investing in Life Imaging?


The benefit is that besides making money, the investor gets to be a part of this great business while doing good on the planet.

Our CEO, Tom Graham, likes to say, “We work hard our whole lives in hopes of retiring and enjoying our Golden Years.”


“We shouldn’t fear old age, and If we can peek inside and know we are not at risk, how wonderful is that? Wouldn’t you rather know today than worry about tomorrow?”


You can’t put a price on good health, and living our whole lives for as long as possible is the best investment anyone can make.


If you are ready to be a part of the real solution for affordable preventative care, then invest in Life Imaging and help us save lives!


Questions? Please reach out to us. We’re here to give you the support you need. 


Can Stress Affect Your Heart?

Thinking about heart disease can be enough to make our palms sweat and minds race. It is, after all, the number one cause of death in the United States.


But did you know that stress can increase your risk of heart disease?


What We Know About Stress

The exact correlation between stress and our hearts isn’t entirely clear, but countless studies show that the two are related. The Women’s Health Study sampling revealed that women with highly stressful jobs were as much as 40% more likely to develop heart disease than women who faced fewer professional demands.


Another found that heart attacks were more common among adults who had experienced stressful events, including divorce, job loss, retirement, or injury in the past year.


All of this points to the importance of stress management in preventing and managing heart disease. Whether you’re one of the millions of Americans who already have heart disease or are considered at risk, keeping stress in check is essential to reducing your chances of a heart attack or stroke.


Stress, a Word With Many Faces

Acute stress is tied to specific events, from running late to public speaking. Occasional acute stress can be a good thing, motivating you to work harder and face fears.


Chronic stress is the kind of ongoing strain that wears people down. Money woes, unhealthy marriages, demanding jobs, and toxic relationships are some common causes.


One of the trickiest things about pinpointing stress is there’s no single, defining characteristic or cause.


The work deadline that keeps you awake at night might not bother your coworker. You might sweat, shake, or turn to cigarettes under pressure, whereas someone else feeling just as anxious appears cool as a cucumber.


Whether a person shows stress or not, though, one thing is exact: Situations that register as stressful affect your hormones as well as your cardiovascular, respiratory, and nervous system. Your heart beats faster, you’re more likely to sweat, and “fight or flight” impulses set in as your body, thinking it’s under attack, prepares to engage danger or escape.


The Connection to Heart Health

Stress often causes people to overeat, drink alcohol, lose sleep, exercise less, or smoke - all proven threats to cardiovascular wellbeing. This is why some researchers consider stress an indirect cause of heart disease.

Related: How Stress Affects The Heart


Some people believe that heightened activity in the amygdala, a part of the brain that releases white blood cells during stress, is directly responsible when these cells build up on the walls of arteries, causing a blockage.


Others think that the link between stress and heart disease results from prolonged exposure to elevated stress hormones like cortisol.


Post-Diagnosis Management


Whatever the exact correlation, one thing is crystal clear: sound, stress-free mind can help you prevent heart hurdles at any stage – including situations where you may have already been diagnosed. In fact, a recent study found that cardiac rehabilitation patients who received stress management training were 50% less likely to suffer another heart attack or stroke.


Managing Stress With Life Imaging


Avoiding stressful situations is an obvious way to reduce stress. As we all know, though, it’s not always that easy.


At Life Imaging, we live and breathe by our values in a way that allows us to focus on impacting your life by providing the tools and the stress-free environment to take control of cancer and heart disease before it takes control of you.


Related: What is Life Imaging? Everything you Need to Know


We take the stress and guesswork out of preventative care.


Patients come in to learn about our process and get scanned, and we provide them with an easy-to-read detailed report. Depending on the report, we will transfer the information to their doctor to help them set up the next steps if needed.


Heart disease is reversible in most cases. We make the process as smooth and affordable as possible. More importantly, we take the stress off your plate.


Questions? Please reach out to us. We’re here to give you the support you need. 




Why You Should Invest in Life Imaging

Life Imaging is on a mission to provide education and affordable early detection of the two deadliest diseases known to humankind; heart disease and cancer. Early detection allows us to get to the problem early and saves lives!


After our founder experienced the loss of life first hand, we set out to take preventative action and reduce preventable deaths in the United States through early detection, which allows us to tackle the problems related to heart disease and cancer before life-threatening symptoms occur.


Our FDA-approved EBTC scanners can easily detect many of these diseases before a patient shows any symptoms, sometimes decades ahead, using only 10% of a standard CT scanner’s radiation.


Full body scans can cost thousands of dollars through insurance, but our packages are just a few hundred dollars a scan, making our body scans incredibly affordable. Plus, our scanning protocols are straightforward, don’t require any contrast or dyes, and only take a mere five-ten minutes of your time. 


Our goal is to have Life Imaging around the world so anyone can have access to affordable preventative care, and by doing that, we can save lives every day.


But that begs the question, how do we take Life Imaging globally?


The answer? Simple. Invest in Life Imaging


And if you’re not already convinced to join our mission, here’s why we believe we’re your next best investment that will make a real impact for the people who need it the most. 


Our Flagship Location is Tapping Into South Florida’s Market

Our South Florida flagship clinic is getting close to opening, and we’re excited that we’re tapping into the eighth largest market in the US.


South Florida has over 7 million people!


More importantly, South Florida is full of baby boomers who have retired well into South Florida, also known as the “Gold Coast.” The area is well known as one of the United States’ most prominent retirement destinations—- our ideal demographic.


We anticipate servicing all of South Florida from the North of Miami to West Palm Beach, which means we will directly serve those who need our services the most while supporting our business growth and bottom line. In addition, with our proprietary unique marketing approach, we will create a massive buzz regarding the early detection of heart disease and cancer.


From this location, we plan on expanding by using our flagship facility to train more employees from other cities around the US and the world.


We’re Adapting an Existing Technology For Preventative Medicine

Millions of people walk around every day with heart disease and cancer that are asymptomatic. They’re walking timebombs without even knowing it. Even worse, many people don’t realize that with our technology there is an extremely accurate, painless, and non-intrusive way to prevent these deadly diseases.

Life Imaging is taking state of the art CT technology and applying it proactive towards preventative screening for early signs of heart disease and cancer. By adapting and optimizing an existing technology, we’re able to save on costs, while also being able to provide services that are FDA approved and recognized by our consumers. 


Our Key Differentiators Set Us Apart From the Competition

At Life Imaging, we live by the philosophy, “Affordability, without sacrificing quality”


Our core values stem from this ethos, which we believe make the consumer choose Life Imaging over our competitors:


  • Quality: Our Life Imaging facilities use licensed radiologists rather than doctors, which allows us to maintain the highest quality experience at a lower cost to the patients.
  • Affordability: With bundled payments, the cost per scan is 70% cheaper than traditional scans. Not only this, reactive treatment is shown to cost more to the consumer than preventative medicine.
  • Ease of use: With scans that take only five minutes, and detailed reports with 98% accuracy provided the same day. Convenience is one of our core values. 


Since Our Soft Opening, We’ve Done Over a Half a Million Dollars in Revenue With a Marketing Strategy to Support More Growth

While that is remarkable in itself, what's even more exciting for us is that we have developed a unique direct marketing model that will help us grow.


We plan to achieve fast results by blanketing the market by:


  • Implementing TV, Radio, and Social media advertising
  • Offering free complimentary Heart Scans to potential patients valued at 499.00 dollars.
  • Expanding our proprietary Preferred Care program that involves individual scans and bundling for annual heart and cancer screening over three, five, and seven years.
  • Promoting our concept and educating the public to understand that we now choose when it comes to heart disease and cancer!

Our marketing efforts have proven fruitful thus far, and continued investment will allow us to scale marketing efforts, drive more traffic, conversions, and save more lives. 


We’ve Created a Solution for Your Loved Ones

Most of our investors are excited about being a part of this business opportunity, not just from the money-making opportunity but also from personal experiences.


“Unfortunately, chances are you have a friend or a loved one who has been affected by a serious or fatal health condition. Based on the statistics, far too many of us have had to let go of someone we love. The worst part is, conditions such as heart disease and cancer are often preventable with the proper screening,” explains our CEO and founder Tom Graham.


The Life Imaging’s team is no stranger to tragedy either. Sadly, Tom Our CEO and founder, lost both of his parents to cancer which was a large driving force to found Life Imaging.


To ensure we keep our loved ones healthy, we are as determined to be the solution to affordable preventative care for anyone to make sure no one has to go through the same pain.


Invest in Life Imaging on StartEngine

We’re excited to realize our vision with our flagship clinic opening up with our scanners being installed very soon. We can’t wait to see what the future has in store for affordable preventative care, and if you want to help support our progress, then get involved and invest in Life Imaging on StartEngine!


Some might ask, what are the benefits of investing in Life Imaging?


The benefit is that besides making money, the investor gets to be a part of this great business while doing good on the planet.


Tom likes to say, “We work hard our whole lives in hopes of retiring and enjoying our Golden Years.”

“We shouldn’t fear old age, and If we can peek inside and know we are not at risk, how wonderful is that? Wouldn’t you rather know today than worry about tomorrow?”


You can’t put a price on good health, and living our whole lives for as long as possible is the best investment anyone can make.


If you are ready to be a part of the real solution for affordable preventative care then invest in Life Imaging and help us save lives! 




What is Life Imaging? Everything you Need to Know

October 6, 2020

With the loss of both of his parents to cancer at a young age, our CEO and founder, Tom Graham, was afraid that he would be cancer’s next victim. Taking control of his life, Tom decided to have a full-body scan done, and thankfully the results were unremarkable, meaning no early signs of Heart disease or cancer in his body or major organs.


But what if it was too late?


What if Tom took the full-body scan and the results were not unremarkable?


What if the results came back positive for cancer or heart disease?


We are completely unaware of what goes on in our bodies until it’s often too late mainly due to:


  • A lack of education or awareness that something is lurking in our bodies
  • An expensive healthcare system that prevents us from taking screenings often

Tom realized that there needed to be a way to detect the two deadly diseases as early as possible to help disrupt this deadly system.

It was time for a change.


Tom founded Life Imaging, and today we’re on a mission to educate and provide an affordable early detection system for the two deadliest diseases known to humanity— heart disease and cancer. 


Preventative Care in The United States is Subpar

There is nothing we fear more in life than death.


Whether from old age or a freak accident, a long battle with a disease, or even suicide. Death is an event that has a significant impact on families, communities, and even nations. One thing holds in every scenario--death is always a challenging experience.


Two of the largest causes of death are:


Heart Disease

  • 1,600,000 people suffer a heart attack every year
  • 50% of the men and 64% of the women who die suddenly of coronary artery disease had no prior symptoms!
  • In 2012, $411 Billion was spent on coronary heart disease, a large portion paid by consumers.
  • Approximately 48% of all Americans will suffer some degree of coronary artery disease.
  • For 150,000 people, the first sign of heart disease will be their fatal heart attack.


Cancer

  • In 2018, an estimated 1,735,350 new cancer cases will be diagnosed in the United States, and 609,640 people will die from the disease.
  • In 2016, there were an estimated 15.5 million cancer survivors in the United States. The number of cancer survivors is expected to increase to 20.3 million by 2026
  • Approximately 38.4% of men and women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point during their lifetimes.
  • In 2017, an estimated 15,270 children and adolescents ages 0 to 19 were diagnosed with cancer, and 1,790 died of the disease.
  • Estimated national expenditures for cancer care in the United States in 2017 were $147.3 billion.

But what if we told you some of these deaths are preventable, and that prevention is also affordable for everyone.


Would you believe us?


Probably not and for good reason.


The US is embroiled in a complicated and expensive health care system that more often than not serves the business needs more than the patients. Any research or testing of medicine is heavily inflated, which leaves millions of people in the dark about the underlying health issues they may be having simply due to cost.


This results in too many people dying from heart disease, cancer, and other fatal diseases that can often be detected early by using groundbreaking and straightforward CT technologies.


Related: The Widowmaker: 4 Million Dead. They Could’ve Been Saved


Modern Methods to Save Lives, Affordably

Just like the rest of the world, Life Imaging has seen the loss of life first hand. Ultimately it’s inspired us to reduce preventable deaths in the US by developing an affordable solution that will help solve our national heart disease and cancer crisis.


Our FDA-approved EBTC scanners can easily detect many deadly diseases before a patient shows any symptoms and even sometimes decades ahead, using only 10% of a standard CT scanner’s radiation.


Full body scans can cost thousands of dollars through insurance and other medical providers, and it’s unlikely your doctor would even give you a script for a full-body scan, to begin with.


Our packages are just a few hundred dollars a scan, making our body scans incredibly affordable and accessible for many people!


Our Core Values Drive Everything We do at Life Imaging

We live and breathe by our values in a way that allows us to focus on impacting your life by providing excellent service and the tools to take control of cancer and heart disease before it takes control of you.

In our CEO’s words, “We need to get ahead of heart disease and cancer. If we could’ve used this technology in this way when it was invented over 20 years ago, millions would’ve been saved.”


We take the guesswork out of preventative care.


Patients come in to learn about our process and get scanned, and we provide them with an easy-to-read detailed report. Depending on the report, we will transfer the information to their doctor to help them set up the next steps if needed.


For example, if a patient shows a high calcium score of the heart, we will forward that information to their doctor. The doctor will then tell them they need to do x, y, and z, and we can set a plan for doing annual screenings to see any improvements in our annual preferred care program.


Heart disease is reversible in most cases. We make the process as smooth and affordable as possible.


We’re on a Mission to Bring Life Imaging to a Neighborhood Near You!


As mentioned, we believe that we are the solution to early prevention. At Life Imaging, we are working diligently to make this a reality, and the only way possible is to have multiple locations.


In ten years, we hope to achieve our goal of having locations nationwide.


Through relentless work, we’re taking early prevention to the next level!

We won’t stop until individuals have complete access to affordable, preventive care.


We’ve made significant strides so far, but we need YOUR help.


You can become part of the solution we’re providing at Life Imaging by investing in our company on StartEngine.


By becoming an investor, you’ll improve our technology and fast track our ability to build new locations.


If you’re passionate about making preventive care affordable and accessible, then invest in Life Imaging!


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