The BSE bra being developed by First Warning Systems would continuously monitor the wearer for the early signs of breast cancer
Sensors embedded within the BSE bra detect minute variations in temperature that can indicate breast cancer
Data gathered by the sensors is relayed to a PC or mobile device via a wireless module built into the bra
We’ve previously seen bras that monitor a wearer’s heart rate, double as an emergency facemask, or help women search for a husband. But the BSE (breast self exam) bra being developed by First Warning Systems looks to be the best bit of added functionality for the support undergarment we’ve come across yet. Using sensors integrated into the cups, the bra looks for the slight variations in temperature on the surface of the breast that can indicate a tumor growing within.
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