A couple of years ago, a woman named Joy Milne made headlines when scientists discovered that she could “smell” Parkinson’s disease on people with the neurodegenerative disorder.
Since then, researchers have been trying to build devices that could diagnose the disease through odor compounds on the skin.
Now, researchers …
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Original title: Inspired by Woman Who Could Smell Parkinson’s on Skin, ‘E-Nose’ is Developed by Scientists to Do the Same
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