When Julián Ríos Cantú was 13 years old, his mother was diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time in her life. Thankfully, she survived both diagnoses, but it got Julián thinking about the best way to help his mother and other women keep tabs on their health. That's why just five years later, the Mexican teenager founded Higia Technologies and debuted its flagship product—a bra that detects early signs of breast cancer.
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Written by Curiosity Staff May 22, 2017
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