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A UK company has developed a novel device to aid in the early self-detection of breast cancer which enables women to feel more confident in the progressing toward treatment. The product works by shining an infrared red light through the breast tissue. The light passes through the breast tissue and helps to reveal any abnormalities which could be linked to cancer. The company is looking for agents and/or distributors in international markets.
Early detected breast cancer is much easier to treat. In fact the earlier the prognosis of a woman with the disease the much more likely the cancer is to be confined to the breasts and much easier to treat. The product developed by the UK company is a very easy to use self-detection device of breast irregularities which need further examination by a doctor. The hand-held device shines an infrared light through the breast tissue. The light passes through the breast tissue and reveals dark areas where there may be irregularities present that could indicate possible health problems. This process is entirely secure and does not cause any impairment to your skin or breast tissue. A tumour would show up as a dark spot or area attached to a blood vessel. The company is looking for agents and/or distributors in international markets.
The user does not need to remember how the breast looks every time but just watch out for dark patches that sometimes can be linked to health problems. The product uses skin detecting technology to safeguard that the light is only at full power when the lens is in contact with the skin. Self-examination provides an opportunity for women in many nations which have varying socio-cultural factors, to feel more confident in the way they can look after their bodies. In nations where female modesty is common and also health services are not universal, this product could be very successful.
Clinical trials and user trials results have shown this device to be very effective at detecting breast tumours.
Area of activity: medical device/equipment
Role: act as distributor and/or agent