(Telegraph) Scientists develop device to detect 17 different diseases ”“ just from patient's breath

The technology allows for an inexpensive and portable breathlyser-style device, which costs as little as £24 and is able to screen for various diseases in a non-invasive way.

Lead author Professor Hossam Haick, said: “We found that just as we each have a unique fingerprint, each of the diseases we studied has an unique breath print, a ‘signature’ of chemical components.

“We have a device which can discriminate between them, which is elegant and affordable.”

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