Heat-sensing mammogram nears end of trials
This article was originally published in Clinica
Clinical trials of a mammographic technique based on heat sensing are due to be completed this year, according to Computerized Thermal Imaging (CTI). The company began trials in three US hospitals in February last year, and is about to extend them to a fourth site.
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