Smart bra will detect tumors by body heat
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The cancer-detecting bra will monitor body heat to help identify tumors at the early stages--allowing for prompt treatment and a higher survival rate.
Developed to work as a supplement to conventional screening methods, the bra will be equipped with sensors to monitor heat patterns in breast tissue over a 2 to 12 hour period. This data will then be transmitted to a computer, which will analyze the patterns to determine if any early tumors are beginning to form.