A Mexican teenager has made a bra that could assist ladies detect indicators of breast cancer.

Making use of biosensors to measure temperature and monitor colour and texture of a breast, the technologies can alert the wearer to any regarding modifications.

The 18-year-old entrepreneur developed the bra right after his mother almost died of cancer 5 years ago.

“When I was 13 years old, my mother was diagnosed for the second time with breast cancer,” Julian Rios Cantu stated in a firm video.

“The tumour went from obtaining the dimensions of a grain of rice to that of a golf ball in much less than six months.

“The diagnosis came as well late and my mother lost each of her breasts and, just about, her life.”

Rios Cantu’s practical experience propelled to him design and style Eva, which is described as “an auto-exploration bra” that makes use of “self exploration system for the early and productive detection of breast cancer”.

Rios Cantu established his firm – Higia Technologies – with 3 close mates when he was 17.

Higia Technologies.
(Higia Technologies screenshot)

Eva, which is at the moment in prototype stage and awaiting patent approval, not too long ago won the top rated prize at the International Student Entrepreneur Awards finals competitors, which hosted student entrepreneurs from 56 nations.

The technologies is equipped with 200 tactile biosensors to map the surface of the breast and maintain track of modifications in texture, colour and temperature.

The invention has been made for ladies who have a genetic predisposition to breast cancer.

Ladies would require to put on the Eva bra for just 60 to 90 minutes a week and customers would be in a position to maintain track or assessment their situation via the app.

According to Cancer Investigation UK, an estimated eight.two million individuals died from cancer worldwide in 2012.