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Medical Tactile, Inc. Announces a 3G-Wireless System for Breast Cancer Screening
Date:5/23/2012

ion by medical specialists as well as more efficient technical support.

"The Pre-Mammogram Foundation is proud to make SureTouch more accessible to women everywhere," said Eli Yered, Chief Financial Officer of the Pre-Mammogram Foundation. "The many benefits of the current SureTouch system will be amplified by enabling connectivity via 3G wireless technology."

The SureTouch Wireless system is a small, easy-to-use device that consists of a 3G-enabled sensor, touchscreen display, and the SureTouch network. During a breast exam, the clinician uses the sensor to scan the breast and collect images of the tissue. A Bluetooth wireless module provides two-way communication between the sensor and display, allowing the display to provide real-time feedback to help the clinician collect proper data. When the clinician is finished performing the SureTouch Wireless CBE exam, the patient information and exam data are automatically uploaded to the SureTouch Network. Centralized servers on the network receive and process the data, which clinicians can then access using a web browser. Clinicians also have the ability to replay previous exams, compare images from multiple exams and print summary reports. 

MTI developed the sensor technology and the application software, The Pre-Mammogram Foundation provided project management and clinical assessment and Qualcomm supported the effort with an initial grant, project management and engineering support in the form of industrial, mechanical and hardware design. Qualcomm also provided software development and integration support to facilitate sending exams via the 3G network.  

"SureTouch has the potential to change the way the world detects breast cancer," said MTI Founder and Chief Executive Officer Jae Son, Ph.D. "With the development of SureTouch Wireless, we can now bring the benefits of early detection to countless numbers of women all over the world, of all socioeconomic backgrounds, who would
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