Island of Hope Medical Mission


3 - new powerful therapies

To discover and treat breast cancer

New Thermal Imaging Tech

New DNA Breast Cancer Screening

New FDA Approved Cryoablation

For simple out-patient physician office – seek and destroy – therapy


Medical Counseling and Services


DNA Breast Cancer Screenings

Advanced Infrared No-Radiation

Breast Imaging can detect early tumors

Ultra-Sound Imaging

Tele-Medicine – Live Video Doctors

Patient Education & Resources



Imagine, if there could be a fairly straight forward, wearable technology; a bioreactor bra, which would disrupt and halt the proliferation of early tumors?
Is it possible to actually target and disrupt fast-dividing precancerous stem cells long before they become a cancer?
Simply put - is it possible to actually prevent breast cancer?

After 100 years of using the destructive power of radiation upon tumor and cancer cells what is needed in the art and has not been available is an apparatus for destroying dividing cells, wherein the apparatus better discriminates between dividing cells, and non-dividing cells and is capable of selectively destroying the dividing cells or organisms with substantially no effect on the non-dividing cells or organisms.

Imagine if there was another, completely fresh new way, to see this challenge!
We discovered a completely new branch of cancer research, where it seems that few, if any, have journeyed before. We need to look at the actual development of the cancers at their earliest development.

The facts are now clear. Cancer is caused by rogue cancer stem cells! However, before a cancer stem cell actually becomes a cancer, it is a precancerous stem cell. And before that, it is an early tumor. We believe the key is the vulnerability of the fast dividing cells in early tumors.

Infrared Breast Imaging – No Radiation

Island of Hope Foundation staff will be offering free infrared imaging at all weekend wellness retreats. We invite you, come experience it for yourself! What have you got to lose? Be apart of our clinical study.


New discoveries in breast imaging diagnostics, indicates that non-invasive, advanced infrared imaging which generates zero radiation, can actually see early, precancerous and cancerous tumors up to 8 years before your mothers mammogram machine. Mammography has been using lethal radiation, for over 100 years, and cannot even detect cancer until you have over 1 billion cancer cells!! Let we restate that again for emphasis. That’s ONE BILLION CANCER CELLS !! Just imagine, if you could use, new, fairly inexpensive, infrared imaging which some say will detect cancer up to 10 years before conventional mammograms. What would that discovery really mean to all the millions of women suffering with breast cancer? And could it really be that easy? Certainly, much more clinical data must be collected, but that will take another 20 years. Do you really have that much time?

Cryoablation: A Break Through for Breast Cancer?



Cryoablation for cancer is a treatment to kill cancer cells with extreme cold.
During cryoablation, a thin, wandlike needle (cryoprobe) is inserted through your skin and directly into the cancerous tumor. A gas is pumped into the cryoprobe in order to freeze the tissue.


Cryoablation is sometimes used as a primary treatment for:

Bone cancer

Cervical cancer

Eye cancer

Kidney cancer

Liver cancer

Lung cancer

Prostate cancer

Cryoablation is also used to relieve the pain and other symptoms caused by cancer that spreads to the bone (bone metastasis) or other organs. Cryoablation for cancer may also be called percutaneous cryoablation, cryosurgery or cryotherapy


Breastlink Laguna Hills, through our partnership with the Cancer Research Collaboration, recently became a research site in the “Cryoablation of Low Risk Small Breast Cancer- Ice3 Trial.” This research study, identified by the U.S. National Institutes Health as NCT02200705, is sponsored by IceCure Medical Ltd. It is important to note that joining a research study is an important personal decision. Not all patients will meet the strict criteria of this study. Please contact our office if you would like to be in touch with a member of the Cancer Research Collaboration research team.
During the procedure, ultrasound is used to produce images of internal breast tissue and to guide a probe to the exact location.

Local anesthesia is applied prior to the procedure to limit any potential discomfort or pain.

The probe resembles a thin needle and is placed in the center of the tumor fibroadenoma.

The procedure generally lasts 15 minutes or less.

Over time, the body’s normal healing processes resorb the tumor cells frozen by the cryoablation eliminating the tumor from the breast.

During the treatment, liquid nitrogen is passed into the probe creating extremely cold temperatures that destroy the targeted breast tumor within the freezing zone of the probe

For these women, cryoablation is an alternative option to surgery. Surgery is more costly, more invasive, more likely to affect cosmetic appearance and requires more time to recover from.


Statistics at a Glance: The Burden of Cancer Worldwide

Almost 10 Million people die from cancer annually

Cancer is one of the world’s largest health problems. The Global Burden of Disease estimates that 9.56 million people died prematurely as a result of cancer in 2018. Every sixth death in the world is due to cancer

In 2015, there were 14.1 million new cases and 8.2 million cancer-related deaths worldwide.

The number of new cancer cases per year is expected to rise to 23.6 million by 2030.

Breast cancer in the US is expected to double by 2030, with 400,000 new cases and 80,000 deaths.

These shocking facts fly in the face of pharma companies and cancer charities which claim we are winning this fight. This is simply not true.

We believe that new ways must be developed for earlier and better imaging, and tumors must be targeted when they are very small and precancerous with advanced therapies such as cryoablation.
We need to do something NOW…not someday.
Prevention is the Cure!

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