How do you feel about using breath to diagnose diseases?

28th November 2023

Guts UK is very proud to be funding research aiming to earlier diagnose oesophageal cancer using just a bag of breath! This research is being lead by Prof. George Hanna at Imperial College London, who has been working on how we can use breath to diagnose cancers for over 15 years.

Now, the team at Imperial College London are wanting to gather your opinion and thoughts on using breath tests to monitor your health. Just 5-10 minutes of your time would help future research.

Click here to have your say today.

For any queries or support, please contact Dr Pallavi Arya at h.arya@imperial.ac.uk.

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