It’s not often that a Year 10 student carries out clinical trials on a breast cancer device, but that’s exactly what 16-year-old Macinley Butson is doing with the Breast Shield device she invented. Macinley, who hopes to study medicine and specialise as a pathologist, developed an innovative copper device that can be used as a shield for women receiving radiation treatment for breast cancer.
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