Breast cancer detected by thermal imaging scan in Edinburgh.

A tourist has told of her “life-changing” visit to the Camera Obscura in Edinburgh after one of its thermal cameras detected she had breast cancer.

Bal Gill, 41, from Slough in Berkshire, was at the Camera Obscura and World of Illusions at the top of the Royal Mile with her family in May.

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Woman’s life-changing tourist visit as thermal camera picks up cancer.

A woman discovered she had breast cancer after a thermal imaging camera in a tourist attraction picked up an unusual patch of heat.

Bal Gill was visiting the Camera Obscura and World of Illusions on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile in May when she saw the red heat radiating from her breast on a thermal image.

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Thermal imaging at Edinburgh’s Camera Obscura reveals woman has breast cancer.

A thermal imaging camera at a popular Edinburgh tourist attraction revealed that a woman has breast cancer.

Bal Gill made the life-changing discovery when she visited Camera Obscura & World of Illusions in the Royal Mile in May.

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