- A tiny smell-sensitive sensor will be installed onto a phone add-on, and using specially designed software, the phone will be able to “smell” users’ breath to determine if they have cancer, among other serious diseases.
- By identifying the special “odor” emitted by cancer cells, the NaNose system can detect the presence of tumors, both benign and malignant, more quickly, efficiently and cheaply than previously possible.
- According to research done by Haick’s team, the NaNose system has a 90 percent accuracy rate.
Mobile SniffPhone will detect cancer on a user's breath
2. 5. 15 by Radu Serban