It seems that a group of researchers from the University of New South Wales has found a way to detect nasty malignant mesothelioma at an early stage. To give a small brief about the cancer, then it is one of the vicious forms of cancer that occurs due to over-exposure of asbestos.
The study researchers have used an electric nose, known as CyraNose, which originally is used to sniff chemicals. The device is often used by airport security staff to detect explosives residues. However, now the device will be used to sniff the deadly cancer and that too at an early stage.
Associate Professor Deborah Yates from St Vincent's Clinical School said that it has been a long time that the research fraternity has been looking to find out non-invasive ways to detect the cancer. It is now that it seems that they have detected a way to find out the cancer, which otherwise is difficult to be assessed on time.
While talking about the benefits of the device, Yates said that the test is quite convenient for people of every age, as it requires breathing. Everyone whether young or aged can give breathing test, so the test is quite flexible.
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