BREAST-i non-diagnostic breast examination uses state-of-the-art light emitting diodes to keep an eye on your breasts and assist in spotting changes.
Breast-i Non-Diagnostic Breast Self-Examination Device
Scientifically proven patented light technology adapted for our non-diagnostic breast examination product by UK scientists.
BREAST-i uses state-of-the-art light emitting diodes to keep an eye on your breasts and assist in spotting changes.
This health and well-being product can be used for preventative breast cancer screening at home and offers peace of mind as most screening programmes start over the age of 50 years.
The BREAST-i is CE certified and female trials of the product have successfully identified cases of breast cancer that would not have shown up with traditional hand screening examinations.
- Hand-held, Portable Device
- Offers Ultra Convenience
- Advanced Skin Sensors
- High Intensity LEDs
- Adjustable Light Intensity
- Light Setting Memory
- For Non-diagnostic Use
- No Compression Required
1 IN 8 WOMEN DIAGNOSED WITH BREAST CANCER IN THEIR LIFE. BREAST CANCER IS THE MOST COMMON CANCER IN FEMALES WORLDWIDE.
How to use:
Switch on and place the device under the breast. Gently press the lens into the breast, light is transmitted through breast tissues. Adjust the brightness until the skin is a uniform pink or red colour with darker lines representing the presence of blood vessels. Move the device to screen the breast.
EARLY SCREENING TESTS CAN HELP DETECT BREAST CANCER: Over 10,000+ women have been examined by Breast-i and its predecessors.
A powerful tool in giving an early edge in the ability to monitor blood vessels, identify abnormal tissues and spot potential tumours/ lesions. Mammography can pick up tiny cancers sometimes indicated only by flecks of calcification in tissue. Some small cancers may grow to become life threatening, others may remain dormant or even disappear.
Any cancer detected by BREAST-i is highly likely to be serious since it is detected by associated angiogenesis, implying that it is already in the exponentially growing phase. It must be realised that X-rays and light are monitoring different features of the breast, tissue density and neovascularisation, respectively. Should a women spot shadows or clusters with the device they should then bring the information to a doctor to see if it warrant further testing.
Frank Ghartey, David Watmough, Samuel Debrah, Martin Morna, Akwasi Anyanful  International Journal of Breast Cancer – BREAST-i is an effective and reliable adjunct screening tool for detecting early tumour related angiogenesis of breast cancers in low resource sub-Saharan countries.
BREAST-i screening report from March to October 2017 from Mammocare Ghana
Labib N A, Ghobashi M M, Moneer M M et al  Asian Pacific J. of Cancer Prevention, vol 14, 4647-4650 – Evaluation of BreastLight as a Tool for Early Detection of Breast Lesions among Females Attending National Cancer Institute, Cairo University