Laser device may detect cancer via breath samples

02/19/2008 | Denver Post, The

U.S. physicists have developed a laser-based device that could help detect cancer, ulcers and diabetes at their earliest stages by measuring various chemicals in patients' breath samples. The system works by blasting breath samples with laser light, allowing the scientists to measure levels of chemicals.

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