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ForeCYTE Delivers Blow in the War Against Breast Cancer
Date:2/9/2013

Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) February 09, 2013

The big news in the war on breast cancer is Clarity ForeCYTE Breast Health Test that was officially introduced today (February 8) at the Broward County Convention Center in South Florida and promises to deliver a severe blow to female breast cancer.

Clarity Women's Health (a division of Diagnostic Test Group, LLC) of Boca Raton, Florida and Atossa Genetics, the Breast Health Company™, based in Seattle, Washington, successfully introduced the revolutionary product at the Pri-Med South Annual Expo. The well-received, product introduction heralds a new dawn in medical science, a revolutionary breakthrough in the fight against breast cancer.

According to Pri-Med conference attendee, Sarah Glantz, “I’m very interested in ForeCYTE as it will be very beneficial and a lot easier than doing a mammogram. Glantz sentiments were expressed by fellow participant and H Lee Moffitt Cancer Center employee, Carla Moodie who expressed, “It is a great product and I think anything that deals with early detection is good. In addition, it will be done in a doctor’s office”.
Using the patented, FDA-cleared Mammary Aspirate Specimen Cytology Test (MASCT) System, a nurse or physician’s assistant, can painlessly collect a sample of Nipple Aspirate Fluid (NAF) in about 15 minutes. The MASCT device is intended for use in the collection of nipple aspirate fluid for cytological testing. The collected fluid can be used in the determination and/or differentiation of normal versus premalignant versus malignant cells.

CEO of Clarity Women’s Health, Rick Simpson explained, “The response from medical practitioners attending the conference has been phenomenal. The Clarity Women’s Health staff has been able to introduce the test to women of all ages and even breast cancer survivors. The value of the test was demonstrated today at the Pri-Med Expo. Based on the response of the medical communi
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