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Sensoria Health Wins Court Judgement Against Cyrcadia in the State of Nevada
The State of Nevada rules in favor of Sensoria in contractual obligation infringement lawsuit
By: Sensoria Health
According to the Susan G. Komen foundation, in the U.S., about 50% of women ages 40-74 have dense breast tissue. Having dense breasts increases complexity and risk of breast cancer diagnostic errors. The issue with dense breasts is that they make it more difficult to identify cancer on mammograms because dense breast tissue and cancerous tissue both appear as white areas on the image.
A few years ago, Reno (NV) based Cyrcadia Inc. reached out to Sensoria Health Inc. requesting that Sensoria build a novel sensorized bra with embedded temperature sensor inserts for monitoring women's dense breast tissue at risk of developing breast cancer.
Sensoria Health fully delivered on its R&D commitment to Cyrcadia which took the deliverables and then refused to honor its binding contractual obligations towards Sensoria.
Sensoria has tried multiple times to reach a reasonable settlement to bring such a revolutionary product to market; however, Cyrcadia Inc. has been unable to bring any product to market so far and has also, as of today, refused to pay even a fraction of the Court Judgement related debt to Sensoria.
Due to the unpaid balance owed by Reno based Cyrcadia, Sensoria Health (http://www.sensoriahealth.com/
It is disappointing to see that such a great innovation designed and delivered by Sensoria Health is not even being clinically validated and brought to US market for women that have such an urgent need of better cancer screening solutions by people that do not honor Court Orders, and refuse to deliver on their obligations based on signed, binding contracts.
About Sensoria Health Inc.
Our vision is The Garment is The Computer®. Headquartered in Redmond, (WA) Sensoria Inc. is a leading developer of remote cloud monitoring, smart garments and IoMe (Internet of Me) wearable solutions that improve people's lives. Our proprietary textile sensors, microelectronics and software enable Sensoria powered garments and footwear to convert data into actionable information for health and fitness users in real-time. For further information please visit: www.sensoriahealth.com and www.sensoria.io