A 25 year old woman discovered she had breast cancer in a medical trial by wearing a bra that contained sensors that detect abnormalities in breast tissue.
The bra – called the First Warning System (SEE IT HERE) - can catch cancer in it’s earliest stages, and all you have to do is wear it for 12 hours while it collects data about your breast tissue.
Obviously a mammogram is still the best way to find breast cancer – but if you’ve ever had a mammogram then you know this would be a more pleasant option.
For women under 40, who have not yet had a mammogram, a tiny cancerous mass would likely not be detected until their first screening. Developers said the cancer bra could pick up the abnormality early.
Once approved by the FDA, could be on the market in about a year at a cost of about $200.