I stumbled across Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) on the website of a pharmacy.
Regardless of the name does it have any evidence supporting it as a diagnostic tool?
Edit to include the claim and links:
Clinical thermography, also known as Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI), maps physiological patterns that indicate both normal health and disease. Thermography is especially sensitive in the detection of early stage breast cancer. As a screening of physiology, thermography can detect function associated with actively growing cancer years before a lump is large enough to be detected by mammography or self exam. There exam involves no radiation and no contact with the equipment. All thermograms are interpreted by ACCT-accredited medical doctors. Screenings include: Breast, Women’s Wellness, Full Body and other Regions of Interest.
From Peoples RX (link broken)
And the link to the site actually providing the service: Picture your health (broken link)