Patented light technology adapted for use in a non-diagnostic breast examination product by experienced UK scientists.
A powerful tool in giving an early edge in the ability to monitor blood vessels, identify abnormal tissues and spot potential tumors/ lesions. Utilizes state-of-the-art light emitting diodes, helping you to keep an eye on your breasts and spot changes.
Breast Awareness :
This robust, health & well-being product can be used for simple screening by a GP in surgery or for self-examination at home. The BREAST-i is CE certified and female trials of the product have successfully identified cases of breast cancer, which would likely not have shown up with traditional hand screening. BREAST-i Scientific Screening Report
Are you checking yourself & being ‘Breast Aware’?
It is recommended that women look out for changes in their breasts and that women should know how their breasts look and feel. This can allow them to recognize any changes.
Most women know to check for breast lumps that are out of the ordinary but there are other changes to look out for. These include a change in size or shape of your breasts, a change in the skin such as dimpling or puckering, any changes in a nipple or discharge, persistent pain and lumpy areas or thickening of tissues. There are also internal changes, which our device can help to spot.
If you observe any of these changes ask your doctor to check your breasts and advise you on their significance. Most lumps are not serious and can be easily treated where necessary. Should there be cancer, early treatment offers the best chance of cure.
Breast Cancer Statistics :
Breast cancer is the major cause of death in women under 50 years and the second major cause of death among all women. 50% of women survive for 10 years after the first diagnosis of the disease but 50% do not.
The best hope of a cure is early detection and this also reduces the number of mastectomies. Currently, NHS breast screening starts for women at age 50 years and is carried out at 3 yearly intervals until age 70 years.
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