• Electronic nose can sniff out which lung cancer patients will respond to immunotherapy

    29 days ago - By ScienceDaily

    An electronic nose that detects chemicals in the breath of lung cancer patients can identify with 85% accuracy those who will or will not respond to immunotherapy, according to new research.
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  • ENose could spare lung cancer patients negative side effects of immunotherapy

    ENose could spare lung cancer patients negative side effects of immunotherapy

    29 days ago - By Daily Mail

    A trial of the gadget in Holland found it could detect the PD-L1 protein by patients simply breathing into it. PD-L1 is thought to dampen and weaken the immune system when cancer hits.
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  • Cancer patients could be taught to hold their breath for SIX MINUTES to boost radiotherapy success

    Cancer patients could be taught to hold their breath for SIX MINUTES to boost radiotherapy success

    29 days ago - By Daily Mail

    University of Birmingham scientists gave volunteers oxygen-enriched air, while removing carbon dioxide from their lungs via a mechanical ventilator. This made it safe for them to hold their breath.
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