Revolutionizing Breast Cancer Detection: Researcher Develops Non-Invasive Device After Family Diagnosis

Researchers Build Non-Invasive Breast Cancer Detection Device After Cousin’s Diagnosis

Geetha Mnjunath, a researcher at the University of California Berkeley, quit her job in order to launch Thermalytix. This AI-based solution offers women a non-invasive and radiation free way to detect breast carcinoma.


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