Antonette Ho2024-02-10T18:15:14-05:00US-based healthtech company DeepLook Medical has raised $1.7M to enhance cancer detection in dense breast tissue through advanced visual enhancement technology. The company has introduced a pioneering AI technology platform tailored for identifying suspicious masses in women with dense breasts. This innovation is significant as approximately 45% of women have dense breasts, which increases their risk of breast cancer. Traditional mammograms can miss nearly half of cancers in dense breasts, which poses a significant challenge in early cancer detection. Read...
Antonette Ho2023-12-27T22:15:45-05:00As of March 2023, the Food and Drug Administration required that mammogram facilities start notifying patients about their breast density so that they know their risks and can act accordingly, such as pursuing another imaging option. As Marissa Fayer MBA, CEO of Deeplook Medical, adds, a post-mammogram note about breast density puts the onus around patients to decide their next steps and balance risks and costs. Deeplook Medical, in contrast, can give information beyond just breast density to help empower...
Connecticut-based software firm DeepLook, Inc., announced Thursday it has received U.S. Food & Drug Administration approval for DL Precise, its one-click segmentation and measurement tool. Read more >>
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