” called First Warning Systems which could help women discover if they have breast cancer.
which is based on a novel breast health screening device and method
could become available in Europe in 2013 and then in the United States
of America in 2014, for US$ 1,000 (N160,000) for a pair.
Preliminary studies with First Warning Systems were conducted in more
than 650 women, resulting in an average detection of at least 90
percent. Compared with the standard mammogram, the tests averaged 70