THIS NEW TECHY BRA MIGHT BE ABLE TO DIAGNOSE BREAST CANCER
Performing regular self-exams is a must when it comes to protecting yourself against breast cancer. And in recent years, the public market has been flooded with techy innovations designed to help better monitor health. One of the most recent examples is a (super-cute!) bra that actually screens women for breast cancer—but could it be too good to be true (i.e., is it effective)?
Julián Ríos Cantú—whose mother was diagnosed with breast cancer when he was 13 years old—joined forces with three friends to create a product to keep other women from being in the situation his mom endured: discovering cancer late, and almost dying because of it. Now, at 19, the teen’s vision has come to life with EVA, an award-winning bra that has 200 cancer-detecting biosensors, PopSugar reports. And you only need to wear it for an hour once a week to get your potentially life-saving stats.
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Written by TEHRENE FIRMAN for wellandgood.com