MIT-developed device could be a lifesaving gamechanger in diagnosing breast cancer

By Rachel Keller, Boston 25 News, and Bob Dumas

More than a quarter of a million American women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year according to the Centers for Disease Control.

Survival rates improve dramatically with early detection.

A new device, the Comfortable Ultrasound Breast Patch, could be a game changer when it comes to detecting the disease early.

This device is currently being developed at the MIT Media Lab.

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