Breath Test for Diabetes

Not yet, but soon.


Breath testVia Yahoo! Health : Not yet, but soon.

Diabetic children exhale higher levels of methyl nitrate than other kids. This is good news indeed, as it means that testing could soon be as simple as blowing into a monitoring device; rather than the current routine of finger stick tests. Excellent.


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