Wearable ultrasound that could detect breast cancer developed by MIT – CBS News

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A new, wearable ultrasound device that sits in the cups of bras could be a lifesaver for people considered high-risk. The device, developed by MIT, picks up early changes in breast tissue. The lead researcher who helped develop the device, MIT associate professor Canan Dağdeviren, joined CBS News to talk about how it works.

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