Study into Use of Breath Analysis to Monitor Lung Cancer Therapy Enhances Clinical Laboratories’ Ability to Support Precision Medicine

A recent study adds to the growing body of research into breath analysis as a diagnostic and treatment-monitoring tool More progress is being made on the diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer. The newest developments will be of interest to anatomic pathologists who work with lung specimens. A new study suggests it is possible to use breath specimens to monitor the progress of lung cancer patients undergoing therapy. The study was conducted by Inbar Nardi-Agmon, MD, Thoracic Cancer Research...

Researchers Want to Introduce Breath Analysis into Clinical Pathology Laboratory Testing

Recent advances in breath analyzer technologies may give pathologists new diagnostic tools Does breath analysis have a promising future in pathology and clinical laboratory testing? That day may not be far off. Scientists in multiple research laboratories are developing cost-effective, non-invasive diagnostic test technologies based on breath specimens from patients. Researchers say that breath analysis can provide critical information in real time and deliver numerous advantages over fluid...
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