Portable Breast Cancer Scans University of Manchester School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Recently right after National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a University of Manchester professor invented a portable, radio frequency-based scanner that diagnoses the presence of breast tumors, both malignant and benign, in real time.
This portable unit includes all the necessary electronic components, that are required to check breast cancer, into a small package bag. This handy unit allows painless breast cancer examines outside of clinical settings. The system fast and less intrusive than conventional X-ray mammography and also its prevents from unnecessary doses of radiation from the mammography process.
Its very amazing unit, as it can help for remote areas and most of all its very useful for developing countries where Doctors can't afford heavy equipment. Its very easy and smart that even women themselves can use it at home. +