Israeli Team Heads Research Into ‘Electronic Nose’ To Sniff Out Cancer
An international study headed by Israeli researchers, may put an end to the invasive procedure involved in detecting stomach cancer. It is quite possible that in the near future, a device that can "smell" cancer on a person's breath will replace gastroscopy.
April 08, 2013
New Diabetes Device To Measure Glucose Levels Through Breath
Easy Check, a new device under development in Israel, could allow diabetics to measure the glucose levels in their body simply by sampling their breath. Easy Check is a non-invasive device that can indicate the patient’s glucose levels by measuring the amount of acetone in the breath.
February 11, 2012
Sensor To Detect Lung Cancer In Breath
A researcher collaboration between scientists at University of Colorado–Denver and Technion–Israel Institute of Technology has successfully tested a gold nanoparticle (GNP)-based sensor that can detect lung cancer (LC) markers in a patient’s breath.
November 24, 2011