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    By analyzing the odors in urine, the Odoreader will be able to detect the early signs of bladder cancer with a 100 percent success rate.
    Though dogs can be trained to sniff out the biomarkers of disease, they are not always practical for use in hospitals. The Odoreader will be equipped with a sensor system that will detect the chemicals in the gas emitted by urine. By analyzing the gas and its chemicals, the Odoreader system will then create a profile of the urine that will indicate whether or not cancer cells are present. The procedure will take about 30 minutes to complete.
Dr. Gibbson
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