Dr. Kelly developed the SonoCine approach to be painless and stress-free. If you’ve ever had an ultrasound, you have a good idea of what to expect during a SonoCine breast cancer screening. A special camisole is worn and the transducer is connected to an automated arm that gently moves across the surface of the breast. The device emits painless sound waves that “bounce off” breast tissue to create images that are recorded and compressed into a “movie” of the breast tissue that is watched by a radiologist, not a technologist. The procedure takes about a half hour or less.