“My wish is that all all women age 20 and above perform monthly breast self-examinations.”

Olivia Newton-John

Dedicated to helpraise awarenessabout early detection

About Us

BHS International is committed to the development, manufacture and distribution of the LIV to assist women with the first step to early detection.

Address:
BHS International
7828 N. Haven #107
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91729

Toll Free:
1-877-931-1006

e-mail:
info@bhsinter.com

The information provided on the liv.com web site is gathered from the following sources:

I Flunked my Mammogram
  1. “I Flunked My Mammogram!” 3rd Edition, Ernie Bodai, M.D. and Richard A. Zmuda
  2. Imaginis.com is an independent, award-winning, comprehensive resource for information and news on breast cancer and related women’s health topics. The Imaginis web site www.imaginis.com contains thousands of pages of detailed, physician-edited health information. Complicated medical terms are explained in everyday language to help readers understand options and make informed decisions on prevention and treatment.
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  3. Mammograms & Breast Health (An Information Guide for Women); US Department Of Health And Human Service (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), Publication No. CMS-11117, Publication No. CDC-99-8476, March 2006
  4. http://www.plasticsurgery.org: Web site of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).
  5. Dr. Ernie Bodai, M.D., F.A.C.S., Director Breast Surgical Services, reviewed and edited every page of the liv.com Web site

Important

It is very important that you understand the three necessary components of a comprehensive breast-screening program.

  1. Breast self-examination (with our without the LIV)
  2. Regular clinical breast exams by your doctor
  3. Mammograms

Breast self-examination with our without the LIV is not a replacement for a mammogram or clinical breast exam by your doctor. It is very important that you have regular clinical exams and mammograms as advised by your doctor. Report any changes found either with your bare hand or the LIV to your doctor for proper evaluation.

If you discover a lump, puckering or discharge during either a bare hand breast exam or a LIV exam, it is important that you see your doctor as soon as possible.

SPECIFIC USE DISCLAIMER: There is no guarantee that the LIV will detect breast cancer, breast lumps or any other breast diseases. Breast self-examination is a part of good breast health care but is not a substitute for regular medical examination. Clinical breast examination and mammograms should be regularly performed by a qualified physician. Changes found during breast self-examination should be promptly reported to your physician for proper evaluation. Women with prior breast health problems or breast diseases should rely primary on more frequent clinical examinations. Women with reconstructive surgery of the breast or breast implants should consult with their physician before using the product.

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