MIT Develops Wearable Ultrasound Device to Improve Early Detection of Breast Cancer

MIT's ultrasound bra, currently in early stages of development, holds the promise of transforming health care access, making early breast cancer detection more comfortable and less intimidating.

Researchers from MIT have developed a wearable ultrasound device, which can be incorporated into a bra, designed to increase early detection rates of breast cancer. The device, which has the potential to significantly improve survival rates, is particularly useful for patients at high risk of developing the disease between routine mammograms.