I am always amazed at advances made in breast cancer research and detection. I went away on vacation (with no computer), and returned to many new articles on the latest developments. One that really caught my eye is a clinical trial published in the American Journal of Surgery.
There is a new digital sensing device designed to help physician or other health care professionals in screening for breast cancer during routine exams. It can increase the chance of early diagnosis of breast cancer.
Sure Touch more accurately determines if there is a mass and if the mass is cancerous than manual palpation alone. It is sensitive, accurate, and pain free. It virtually eliminates the subjective nature of the clinical breast exam. Developers believe Sure Touch technology represents the greatest advancement in the non invasive, early detection of breast cancer, particularly in women under 40. Read more about this new technology by clicking on the link.