Potential Impact Investment Information:

SmartBreast Health

Should we invest in SmartBreast?

As part of our Breast Cancer Investment Cycle, CANCER FUND I, LLC is considering a potential investment in SmartBreast Health.

This page provides more details about SmartBreast Health for those interested in supporting them through Cancer Fund I, LLC, including a summary of key points, a video of our February 29 CLOSER-LOOK session with co-founder Brad Pratt, a presentation deck, and scientific white papers so you can learn more.

As a community of investors, CANCER FUND relies on the participation of members like you to fund these and other cancer innovations in our portfolio.


Potential Investment Status: SmartBreast Health

There are 6 steps in our investment process; SmartBreast Health is currently in Step 4. Advancing SmartBreast to Step 5 requires at least $25,000 in soft investment commitments from our community, 50% of our total target investment. With $13,450 circled as of 3-12-24, we still need an additional an additional $11,550 in non-binding commitments to meet our investment target and advance.

Will you join us in supporting SmartBreast through Cancer Fund I, LLC?

Join Us

If you’d like to join us in supporting cancer innovation by investing $100 or more into Cancer Fund I, LLC to support SmartBreast Health and other innovations, we are now accepting outside (non-founder) investors.

To submit your non-binding indication of interest,  CLICK HERE.

Our Target Investment Amount


     – Commitments as of 3-5-24:


Additional Committments Needed


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Click below to view a recording of our CLOSER-LOOK Town Hall with SmartBreast Co-Founder Brad Patt.

Company Presentation

Q&A Session






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James W. Hugg, PhD, MBA et al, “Cancer Detection Rate Comparison of Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI) andOther Dense-Breastr Supplemental Screening Modalities“, SmartBreast White Paper, 2024

Hruska, Carrie B et al, “SSNMMI Procedure Standard/EANM Practice Guideline for Molecular Breast Imaging with Dedicated y-Cameras, The Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, March 2022

Covington, Matthew F, et al, “Advances and Future Directions in Molecular Breast Imaging“, Molecular Breast Imaging, November 2021.

Hruska, Carrie B PhD, “Let’s Get Real about Molecular Breast Imaging and Radiation Risk“, Radiology: Imaging Cancer, August 2019

 Smith, Katherine A MD et al, “Molecular Breast Imaging in the Screening Room“, Journal of Breast Imaging,  August 2019