Phone Sniffs Out Debillitating Diseases on Your Breath

Phone Sniffs Out Debillitating Diseases on Your Breath

The soon-to-come smartphone attachment from Dr. Hossam Haick will be able to diagnose diseases with a whiff of your breath

Leo Lutero
  • 4 february 2015

A research team composed of professors and decorated academics are working towards building ultra-sensitive sensors that can catch the smell of life-threatening diseases early for greater chances of cure. What’s more exciting is that these sensors will be distributed as handheld attachments to smartphones. With a simple exhale, a person will be able to tell if they are running the risk of contracting a debilitating illness.

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