Are these for real? I read from an online article about this bra that claims to detect breast cancer when worn for 12 hours. If it’s even half true, it’s a great invention because if you don’t know yet, getting a breast Mammogram is one heck of a painful experience. And the fact that you’re being tested for a possible cancer illness, certainly does not help at all.
This is how the bra looks like:
To quote the article,
According to the company’s website, the data generated by the sports bra can predict the presence of breast cancer with 90% specificity and sensitivity. Women wear it for 12 hours to accumulate a stable enough reading of temperature, and the measurements are fed into the company’s algorithm that then spits out a result: normal, benign, suspected for breast tissue abnormalities, or probable for breast tissue abnormalities.
Sounds like a good idea, right? Except that the concept of using temperature to detect disease may not be ready for prime time just yet. “Hypothetically, it’s conceivable that malignant processes would have a temperature gradient compared to non-malignant tissues,” says Dr. Therese Bevers, medical director of the cancer prevention center at the Univ. of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. “But that gradient may not be very large.”
Read more: http://style.time.com/2012/10/18/cancer-bra/#ixzz29eWqwr1N
I wish the company responsible for this study will come up with solid data and find out if the bra is safe to use and for testing. A few days ago, I posted about the different colors of cancer which you might want to check out too.
So what do you think about this bra? Are you willing to wear it?
oh wow, for real?if so this is awesome!
it looks very futuristic..
Yep looks promising! I just hope they do study it and approve it in due time.
Its extremely astounding contrivance to wear the bra we can catch that bosom growth assuming that some person have this sort of ailment since its exude from the breast tissues the internal lines of milk tube so it quite what amount hard you can without much of a stretch envision.