Breast cancer is a growing problem in low- and middle-income countries, yet screening programs for early detection are rare.
A company in India has developed a cheaper, non-invasive test that uses thermal imaging and artificial intelligence.
Although considered less reliable than mammograms, it is hoped that the test can help detect some early-stage cancers in people who might not otherwise be able to get mammograms.
The FDA says mammograms are the best way to screen for breast cancer.
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