Scientists develop bra that detects breast cancer

BOSTON (WHDH) — Scientists are working on a sports bra that can detect breast cancer.

In three clinical trials, the bra correctly identified signs of the disease in 91 percent of cases.

The bra uses sensors to measure changes in body temperature.

If an upcoming clinical trial has similar positive results, experts say the bra could be ready for a U.S. launch in 2014.