Getting mammograms may not happen as regularly as they are supposed to, but the Breast Tissue Screening Bra simplifies the process to ensure that women stay as up-to-date as possible. Instead of traveling to the doctor's office or trying to fiddle with at-home instruments, this device slips on just like a sports bra for comfort and convenience.
Developed by First Warning Systems, the Breast Tissue Screening Bra is equipped with a sensor that measures cell temperature changes associated with blood vessel growth that feeds tumors. The data is then sent to a pattern recognition software program that determines whether or not changes have occurred that could signal a developing tumor.
With a 92.1% level of accuracy, the Breast Tissue Screening Bra is much higher at correctly classifying tumors than routine mammograms (70%).