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Nose Diagnose: Swedish ‘Smelloscope’ Recognizes Diseases

In the olden days, doctors used their nose to diagnose disease by smelling the patients’ breath. Now, Swedish researchers have developed an analytical instrument that can mimic this ability. The ambition is to develop a simple, portable and inexpensive way of diagnosing various diseases.

Source: Nose Diagnose: Swedish ‘Smelloscope’ Recognizes Diseases

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