Let’s protect Vietnamese women’s
health with BRASTER!
With Braster, your breast health is now in your hand.
Braster applies innovative technology and is co-financed by the European Regional Development Program.
Innovative Braster is easy to use, connecting with mobile app (IOS and Androi) and using AI for intepretation.
Innovative Braster is reliable, pain-free, and harm-free.
Innovative Braster can detect the leison from 3mm.
Checking by innovative Braster takes only 15 mins, the results will be stored in private account for easy tracking.
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How does Braster work?
App instructs how to use
App sends picture
to AI center
Result is sent
What people are saying
According to Vietnam television
Chị Đinh Lê Nhật Hằng
Quỹ đầu tư Penm Partners (HCM)
Chị Trần Thị Trúc Huyên
Ban quản lý dự án huyện Cao Lãnh tỉnh Đồng Tháp
Chị Bùi Kim Yến
Bác sĩ sản khoa Bệnh viện Đồng Tháp
Chị Thái Kim Hẹ
Cựu GĐ Sở giáo dục Đồng Tháp
Chị Võ Kim Phượng
BS nội khoa về hưu, BV Quân dân y
Chị Võ Ngọc Bích
Trung tâm kiểm soát bệnh tật Đồng Tháp
Võ Thị Thanh Trúc
Giáo viên trường THPT Cao Lãnh I, Đồng Tháp
Kỹ thuật viên xét nghiệm, cựu nhân viên trung tâm CDC tỉnh Đồng Tháp
Cựu nhân viên CDC tỉnh Đồng Tháp
Ung thư vú
the mosr common cancer among women*
Every 19 seconds
a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer **
Every 60 seconds
a woman** dies of the breast cancer
Who were diagnosed with breast cancer were not at risk***
* American Cancer Society, Global Cancer Facts & Figures 2nd edition
** The World Health Organization, International Agency for Research on Cancer Breast, rapport GLOBOCAN 2012
*** Susan Greenstein Orel, http://www.breastcancer.org/symptoms/testing/types
While a majority of breast cancers that are found during annual breast cancer screening mammograms are in women over 50, women under 40 are generally too young to begin screening unless they have a mutation, a genetic reason or have physical symptoms, such as a mass or other breast changes.
Most breast cancers are found in women who are 50 years old or older, but breast cancer also affects younger women. Overall, about 11% of all breast cancers occur in women younger than 45, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Diagnosing breast cancer in women under 40 years old is more difficult, because their breast tissue is generally denser than in older women. By the time a lump in a younger woman’s breast can be felt, the cancer may be advanced.
While breast cancer in younger women is rare, it is the most common cancer among women ages 15 to 39. And certain kinds of breast cancer are on the rise among young
In Vietnam, the age of breast cancer is much younger than other countries. There are cases when people are diagnosed at a young age, even at twenties. Many breast cancer patients are young, many of whom are unmarried and some have just entered the university.
1. Existing methods have their limitations
According to American cancer society, screening mammograms do not find about 1 in 5 breast cancers. False-negative mammograms can give women a false sense of security, thinking that they don’t have breast cancer when in fact they do.
Women with dense breasts are more likely to get false-negative results.
Across the five studies of Ontario Health Technology Assessment (Canada), between 18% and 52% of breast cancers identified were missed by both mammography and ultrasound. They were either interval cancers (cancers diagnosed in the interval between screenings) or were captured by MRI in the screening rounds.
Hence, experts susgest to use Braster with current methods to give more accurate diagnosis.
Ideal chain of breast cancer diagnosis methods
2. Breast cancer can develop strongly in a few months
Breast cancer can double in 80 days
Women below 50 year are prone to more invasive, faster growing breast cancers
Early diagnosis is the key!
Rumor: If I don’t have a family history of breast cancer, I won’t get it.
Truth: Mostpeople diagnosed with breast cancer have no known family history.
Rumor: If you maintain a healthy weight, exercise regularly, eat healthy, and limit alcohol, you don’t have to worry about breast cancer.
Truth: Although these behaviors can help lower breast cancer risk, they can’t eliminate it.
Rumor: Wearing a bra can cause breast cancer.
Truth: There is no evidence that bras cause breast cancer.
Rumor: Annual mammograms guarantee that breast cancer will be found early.
Truth: Although mammography is the best early-detection tool we have, it doesn’t always find breast cancer at an early stage.
Rumor: Breast cancer always causes a lump you canfeel.
Truth: Breast cancer mightnot cause a lump, especially when it first develops.
Rumor: All breast cancer is treated pretty much the same way.
Truth: Treatment plans vary widely depending on the characteristics of the cancer and patient preferences.
Rumor: Breast cancer only happens to middle-aged and older women.
Truth: Younger women can and do get breastcancer, as do men.