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Is it true that a 'breathalyser' is being developed that will be able to detect cancer?
I read this somewhere recently but can't find it now.
Supposedly the breath of someone with cancer changes and can be detected with this instrument.
asked in Technology, medicine

seacommander answers:

Here is one stream of research that aims to detect tumour molecular markers in breath.


Here is another proposal to use markers in breath to detect non-small cell lung cancer:


Other interesting developments include the possibility of using dogs as sniffers of urine samples to detect cancers such as prostate cancer.

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