DoD Sponsors Medical IR

The U.S. Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) is sponsoring a highly leveraged study to determine the efficacy of infrared imaging in the diagnosis of breast cancer. The study, which is being organized by Advanced Concepts Analysis, Inc., seeks to leverage existing infrared equipment and medical teams which are already using infrared as an adjunct in the diagnosis of breast cancer|

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