May 18, 2010 /EIN Presswire/ — Breast tissue in women younger than 50 tends to be denser and harder for conventional mammogram scans to detect, but a new digital infra-red technique pushes up the detection rate dramatically.

The technology originally was developed by the US military for night vision use. It uses a camera to detect heat, sensing temperature changes in the skin that shows up slightly warmer than surrounding healthy cells.

Read more at Breast Cancer News Today:
Mammogram Screening news – http://breastcancer.einnews.com/news/mammogram-screening
Thermography & Breast Cancer news – http://breastcancer.einnews.com/news/thermography-breast-cancer

Located at http://breastcancer.einnews.com, Breast Cancer News Today is a service of EIN News, a global news monitoring service for researchers and analysts. Using a combination of proprietary search technology and human editing, EIN News delivers the latest breast cancer news from more than 7,000 news sites from around the world. The latest news updates on these topics are also available in email and RSS formats.

About EIN Presswire
The EIN Presswire press release service is a news-syndication solution that distributes news to more than 10 million visitors annually at EIN News and millions more through its press release distribution partners. A news source for journalists, decision-makers and industry professionals worldwide, EIN Presswire targets press releases to a wide array of worldwide business professionals through more than 90 industry channels. EIN Presswire also offers affiliate network opportunities and news distribution to tens of thousands of news subscribers daily. Read the press release live feed at http://www.einpresswire.com and the latest world news at http://www.einnews.com.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: