When doctors and scientist are struggling to find a cure for breast cancer, an 18-years-old Mexican student Julian Rios Cantu, and his three friends developed a bra that can detect early signs of breast cancer. that bra is also known as Eva.
Cantu Draw inspiration from his mother — who lost both breasts to the breast cancer. And make his mind to find a way to stop this to happen to other women.
So how does it work? Eva connects with smartphones or laptop via Bluetooth, the bra maps the surface of the breast and monitors the changes in temperature, shape and weight of the breast. And show data on your smartphone or laptop.
Doctors suggest if breast cancer caught in the early stage the patient has a survival rate of nearly 100-percent. Eva bra could play a big role to detect breast cancer in the early stage and cure it.
After beat at the Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) 13 student entrepreneurs from around the globe, and took home an impressive prize of $20,000.
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