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A pioneering new breast cancer detection program in Colombia is relying upon a small group of blind women to physically feel for cancerous lumps, a task that some doctors claim blind women excel at due to the heightened sensitivity of their fingertips.

According to research from MTE training organization Discovering Hands, visually impaired women are 30 percent more likely to accurately identify tissue alterations than doctors.

Source: Women in the World