Meet the man who can sniff out cancer!

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Expert in nanotechnology and smart sensors, Hossam Haick holds a full professorship at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.

a cancer-sniffing electronic nose!

The scientist who accomplished the impossible with nanotechnology

A pattern of molecules in the breath can indicate an illness. When these compounds are found, you can link them to specific diseases.

This tool intends to "sniff out" cancer as well as other illnesses including Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, stomach conditions, and more.

Since 2007, Haick has been developing the Nanose.

The Nanose was initially developed with the intention of closely replicating the dog's olfactory system and using it for practical purposes.

The method aims to electrically mimic the receptors and the brain, the two major components of the canine olfactory system.

Furthermore it can determine whether a healthy person has a high risk of developing cancer

Early-stage detection is Nanose’s most significant application.

It is more swift and portable than a CT scan. This device can spot cancer way faster than a CT scan.

Nanose can accurately distinguish between various types of lung cancer, detect early stage from late stage by analyzing breath.

Hossam Haick aims to develop an inexpensive portable gadget or one that is compatible with smartphones in 20 years.

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