Cancer-detecting breath test being trialled in UK

The device is designed to pick up early signs of the disease quickly and painlessly, could save thousands of lives.

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    A new device that could revolutionise cancer detection is being tested in the United Kingdom.

    The breathalyser is designed to pick up early signs of the disease quickly and painlessly.

    If successful, doctors say it could save thousands of lives.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports.


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