Breath test to help detect cancer

CANCER HELP: Chemicals can be detected through a new breath test

A NEW way of helping to detect stomach cancers has been developed using a breath test.

Scientists say it has a 90 per cent success rate and involves using sensors to pick up tiny chemical particles exhaled on the breath. These chemicals are signals for cancers as they are given off by tumours.

The findings come following a joint study by scientists in Israel and China, involving 130 patients.

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