New screening device to help detect breast cancer

    You'll also hear about a new screening device to help detect breast cancer...called Breast Alert.

    It's a heat-sensitive pad that's placed in the bra...to detect higher temperatures that might indicate a tumour.

    It takes 15 minutes...costs $40...and shows physicians where they should do further checking.

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