Breath Scanner Based on GC-MS Developed

A study is just beginning in Brisbane, Australia using a mobile gas chromatography and mass spectroscopy to analyze volatile organic compounds (VOCs) detected by a breath scanner.

A study is just beginning in Brisbane, Australia using a mobile gas chromatography and mass spectroscopy to analyze volatile organic compounds (VOCs) detected by a breath scanner. The scanner detects VOCs in breath that can determine lung cancer before it becomes malignant. The Breathscanner was developed by researcher Dr Michael Phillips, who is now based in the U.S. as professor of clinical medicine at New York Medical College.