Non-invasive biomarker discovery with Breath Biopsy® could help to enable early detection of cancer by measuring volatile organic compounds in patients' breathFind Out More
Poster: European Association for Cancer Research
Targeting tumour-associated aldo-keto reductase activity with exogenous volatile organic compound (EVOC) Probes to detect lung cancer with Mariana LealWATCH THE TALK
Presentation: Angie Tjandra at BBCon22
Developing colorimetric sensors for early cancer detection from breathView Presentation
Article: Exhaled Breath Biopsy - a new cancer detection paradigm
Read this article on Breath Biopsy and cancer detection by Balkees Abderrahman from the University of TexasGo To Article
Poster Presentation: Early Detection of Cancer Conference
Breath-based detection of lung cancer using EVOC targeting β-glucuronidase in the tumour microenvironmentView Presentation
A detailed look at some of the research studies investigating biomarkers for different types of cancer.
Differentiating ovarian cancer grades using non-invasive headspace VOCs
Cancer, Ovarian Cancer
FAIMS could be a non-invasive solution for pancreatic cancer detection
Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer
SCFAs on breath could help detect esophageal-gastric cancer earlier
Cancer, Esophogastric Cancer
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Other recommended reading:
- NEWS: BBC’s ‘Look East’ news program featured Owlstone Medical’s latest trial, a Phase 1a/1b clinical trial for breath-based lung cancer detection using a metabolic probe targeting tumor specific extracellular β-glucuronidase.
- PRESENTATION: Targeting tumour associated aldo-keto reductase with exogenous volatile organic compound (EVOC) Probes using High-Capacity Sorptive Extraction (HiSorb) headspace GCMS to detect lung cancer - Alexandra Martin at BBCon22
- PUBLICATION: Chemical signature of colorectal cancer, case–control study for profiling the breath print – Researchers at University Aldo Moro of Bari identify VOCs with discriminatory ability in detecting patients with colorectal cancer.
- PUBLICATION: Relationship between cancer tissue derived and exhaled volatile organic compound from colorectal cancer patients.
- ARTICLE: Breath test for cancer: biomarker screening is underway - Michele Wilson from Technology Networks looks into the breath research field and its potential to act as a diagnostic tool.
- REVIEW: The potential of breath analysis to improve outcome for patients with lung cancer.
- ARTICLE: The Pathologist looks at breath biomarkers – An article summarising the use of breath for early detection and precision medicine.
Articles published on our blog related to cancer.