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Scientists identify unique "breathprint" of 17 diseases

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Two breath samples were collected from each patient: one for chemical mapping via mass spectrometry, and the other for clinical diagnosis using the AI nano array (Credit: American Chemical Society)
Two breath samples were collected from each patient: one for chemical mapping via mass spectrometry, and the other for clinical diagnosis using the AI nano array (Credit: American Chemical Society)
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Two breath samples were collected from each patient: one for chemical mapping via mass spectrometry, and the other for clinical diagnosis using the AI nano array (Credit: American Chemical Society).

Could a nano array that can identify the chemical signatures of diseases bring us closer to the day when doctors might be able to use a medical tricorder a la Star Trek to instantly diagnose a patient’s conditions?

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