A wearable bra designed to spot early signs of breast cancer

While visiting my favorite blogs this morning, I ran across this article at a breast cancer surgeon’s blog and think it is a very interesting idea:

A wearable bra designed to spot early signs of breast cancer readies for clinical trials.

Oh, on another note, for those who are “pink-minded”, I think I can safely claim that no “pink-dollars” led to this development. Just sayin’… R&D will cure breast cancer, not the color pink.

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3 responses to “A wearable bra designed to spot early signs of breast cancer

  1. This is certainly an innovative concept. The fact that it would supposedly cost less in out-of-pocket costs than mammograms makes me hope that more women would take a proactive approach in early detection. I also appreciate your mention that it is the R&D that contributes to progress in the cure, not a pair of pink sneakers.

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  2. Amen (again) because i am of the mindset that pink stinks, i swear if you start a church i will attend. or at least watch your services on cable. that is if i ever get cable. oh and the bra idea is novel as well.

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