Breath Analysis Could Diagnose Cancer


By Molly Clifton

Scientists in Italy have developed a breath test that detects cancer.

Researchers say cancer cells produce substances that can be found in the breath.


They used a breath analysis on people with and without colon cancer, and found it was accurate 75 percent of the time.

Doctors are now working to improve the test's accuracy.

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