URO TODAY: Israeli scientists have demonstrated that hyper-sensitive sensors used on people’s breath can detect cancer, including what type it is. READ MORE>
This follows up earlier research which found dogs have the same ability.
The results showed that the nano-sensor array could differentiate between ‘healthy’ and ‘cancerous’ breath, and, furthermore, between the breath of patients having different cancer types.
The reported results could lead to the development of an inexpensive, easy-to-use, portable, non-invasive tool that overcomes many of the deficiencies associated with the currently available diagnostic methods for cancer.