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11.9.2016

What does cancer smell like?

"Professor Jouko Vepsäläinen from University of Eastern Finland discusses the smell of cancer, the molecules behind it. The detection of prostate cancer by eNose is pointed out"

Read the whole article from UEF bulletin - What does cancer smell like?

1.3.2015

Nuuskien kohti tulevaisuutta

"Voiko tulevaisuudessa eturauhassyövän diagnosoida virtsanäytteestä? Nuori Lääkäri -lehti kävi haastattelemassa tamperelaista lääketieteen tohtoria, Antti Roinetta, jonka syventävistä opinnoista kasvoi mielenkiintoisia jatkoprojekteja."

Read the whole article from Nuorten Lääkärien Yhdistys

7.1.2015

Electronic nose speeds up the diagnosis of urinary tract infection

"A joint project between researchers at the University of Tampere and Tampere University of Technology has resulted in the development of an electronic nose, which is capable of detecting pathogens that cause urinary tract infections."

Read the whole article from Tampere University of Technology

7.1.2015

Sniffing out Prostate Cancer—from Dogs to the eNose

"It is always humbling to see how much you can miss in trying to keep up with medicine's developments, even in an incredibly narrow area like prostate cancer."

Read the whole article from Asco Connection

30.12.2014

Elektroninen nenä tunnistamaan virtsatieinfektioita

"Tampereella kehitetty elektroninen nenä voi tulevaisuudessa helpottaa ja nopeuttaa yleisen vaivan diagnostiikkaa."

Lue lisää: Iltalehti

30.12.2014

Elektroninen nenä tunnistamaan virtsatieinfektioita

"Virtsatieinfektio on yleinen tulehdussairaus, joka vaihtelee kiusallisesta rakkotulehduksesta hengenvaaralliseen munuaisaltaan tulehdukseen. Tauti on erityisen yleinen naisilla."

Lue lisää: Potilaan Lääkärilehti

30.12.2014

Elektroninen nenä haistaa virtsatietulehduksen

"Virtsatietulehdusten tunnistuksessa saattaa olla tulevaisuudessa käytössä liikuteltava pikadiagnostiikka. Nopean tutkimustavan mahdollistaa Tampereen yliopiston ja Tampereen teknillisen yliopiston kehittämä elektroninen nenä, joka erottaa yleisimmät virtsatietulehduksen aiheuttajat toisistaan yli 95 prosentin varmuudella."

Lue lisää: Helsingin Sanomat

15.12.2014

The Year in Medicine 2014: News That Made a Difference

"...and third place was an electronic nose to "sniff out" prostate cancer. For most creative, the electronic nose to "sniff out" prostate cancer came in at 43%..."

Read the whole article from Medscape

21.7.2014

Electronic Noses Can Detect Prostate Cancer in Men

"Dogs are man's best friend, after all! Did you know that dogs can detect prostate cancer in men with 98% accuracy by sniffing a urine sample?"

Read the whole article from Eprofits

21.7.2014

Electronic Nose Can Sniff Out Prostate Cancer

"A recent study found that trained detection dogs could detect prostate cancer by sniffing a urine sample with 98 percent accuracy. While the research wasn't conclusive, it joined other research suggesting that dogs could smell cancer. However, from training to consistency, this method isn't exactly ideal."

Read the whole article from Not Impossible Now

18.7.2014

New machine can "smell" cancer

"A team of Finnish researchers, led by Dr. Niku Oksala of the University of Tampere, have conducted trials with a device that performs an atmosphere analysis of the "headspace" above urine samples on the molecular level, and tests it for organic compounds commonly associated with prostate cancer."

Read the whole article from Oncology Nurse Advisor

16.7.2014

Electronic noses sniff out cancer

"It's the second most common cancer for men worldwide, but prostate cancer remains difficult to diagnose, with standard blood tests criticized for delivering a high rate of false positives."

Read the whole article from CNN and Fresh Cancer News

16.7.2014

Electronic Nose for Cancer Detecting Being Developed

"According to researchers dogs can smell the chemicals, and help locate, that are present in prostate cancer, that is the most difficult to properly diagnose. But, the dogs don't always get it right, and there is always the question of exactly what chemicals they are smelling. Because of this, the researchers are trying to develop a 'electronic nose' that can detect the cancer."

Read the whole article from Fast News Release

16.7.2014

Electronic Nose Sniffs Out Cancer

"Building on past research showing that dogs can sniff out certain cancers, Finnish researchers have constructed an electronic nose that can detect prostate cancer in patients’ urine."

Read the whole article from Villanova University

19.5.2014

Electronic Nose Sniffs Out Prostate Cancer

"Soon it may be possible to make a rapid, early diagnosis of prostate cancer using a noninvasive electronic nose that sniffs a urine sample."

Read the whole article from Lab Medica

7.5.2014

Electronic nose sniffs out prostate cancer using urine samples

"Novel noninvasive technique successfully discriminates between prostate cancer and benign disease in proof of principle study, paving the way for easy and early diagnosis, reports The Journal of Urology®"

Read the whole article from LifeExtension

5.5.2014

Now, electronic nose to sniff out cancer

"An electronic nose can sniff out prostate cancer – the second most common cancer in males – using urine samples, a new study has found, reports PTI."

The Free Press Journal

3.5.2014

Electronic noses to help test for cancer

"An electronic nose may be used to sniff out prostate cancer in future following a successful pilot trial."

Read the whole article from Herald Scotland and herald.ie

2.5.2014

'eNose' that sniffs out prostate cancer shows promise

"New research from Finland suggests in the not-too-distant future we may be making rapid, early diagnoses of prostate cancer using a noninvasive electronic nose that sniffs a urine sample."

Read the whole article from Medical News Today

2.5.2014

Electronic nose that precisely 'smells' prostate cancer

"Sniffing out food or danger fine but prostate cancer? Yes, if we believe Finnish investigators, an electronic nose can very well diagnose prostate cancer - the second most common cancer in males - by smelling urine samples."

Read the whole article from One India, Business Standard, F.Living and Trinidad Times

2.5.2014

High-Tech 'eNose' Can Sniff Out Cancer: Pilot Trial 'Successful'

"An electronic nose may be used to sniff out prostate cancer in future following a successful pilot trial."

Read the whole article from Huffpost Tech

2.5.2014

Electronic nose can detect prostate cancer from urine

"Dog-inspired electronic nose can detect prostate cancer from urine with nearly 80 per cent accuracy."

Read the whole article from Engineering and Technology Magazine

2.5.2014

Electronic nose 'can detect cancer'

"An electronic nose may be used to sniff out prostate cancer in future following a successful pilot trial. The ChemPro 100 eNose was used to test the "headspace", or air above samples of patients' urine."

Read the whole article from South Wales Guardian

2.5.2014

Prostate cancer: Electronic nose to sniff out deadly disease

"eNose can sniff out prostate cancer, the second most common cancer in males, using urine samples."

Read the whole article from The Financial Express

1.5.2014

Electronic Nose Sniffs Out Prostate Cancer Using Urine Samples

"Novel noninvasive technique successfully discriminates between prostate cancer and benign disease in proof of principle study, paving the way for easy and early diagnosis, reports The Journal of Urology®"

Read the whole article from Elsevier

1.5.2014

Novel 'eNose' Can Sniff-Out Prostate Cancer

"Middle-aged men of the world may be able to breath easier with a new report in the Journal of Urology, which indicates that prostate cancer can be sniffed out by an electronic nose."

Read the whole article from Nature World News

1.5.2014

Electronic Nose Sniffs Out Prostate Cancer

"According to an article in the July 2014 issue of the Journal of Urology, clinicians may someday be able to make early diagnoses of prostate cancer by smell."

Read the whole article from P&T Community

1.5.2014

Scientist Working On Electronic Device To Sniff Cancer

"The latest tech news is that Finnish researchers are now working on a device that conducts molecular analysis of atmosphere above urine sample and finds out volatile organic compounds that are associated with prostate cancer."

Read the whole article from Livemans

11.3.2014

Haju voi paljastaa sairauden: Keinonenistä lupaavia tuloksia

"Tutkijat kaavailevat, että tulevaisuudessa helppo ja varhainen diagnosointi tulee mahdolliseksi elektronisten nenien avulla."

Lue lisää: Iltalehti

24.2.2014

Elektroninen nenä havaitsee eturauhassyövän virtsasta

"Eturauhassyöpää ja eturauhasen hyvänlaatuista liikakasvua sairastavat potilaat voidaan erottaa nopeasti virtsan hajun perusteella toisistaan käyttämällä elektronista nenää (eNose). Tätä kannettavaa ja edullista laitetta voidaan mahdollisesti käyttää tulevaisuudessa eturauhassyövän diagnostiikkaan perusterveydenhuollossa."

Lue lisää: Duodecim

12.2.2014

Keinonenä haistaa sairaudet

"Vain muutaman vuoden kuluttua saatamme haistaa sairauksia omaan älypuhelimeen liitetyn keinonenän avulla. Nuuhkivan laitteen rakentaminen on varsin pitkällä."

Lue lisää: YLE Akuutti

20.1.2014

Artificial nose developed in Finland can detect cancer cells

"An artificial nose being developed by researchers in Finland can detect the odour of cancer cells from urine. The promising research results come from a joint project by the University of Tampere and the Tampere University of Technology to create an artificial nose that is capable of detecting odours associated with diseases and emotions that go beyond human sensory perception."

Read the whole article from Nordic Life Science News and Invest Info

14.1.2014

Keinonenä haistoi jo syövän - nyt se haistelee markkinoita

"Syksyn aikana varmistui, että elektroninen nenä havaitsee syöpäsolujen hajun virtsasta. Tulevaisuudessa siintää teknologian liittäminen mobiililaitteisiin."

Lue lisää: YLE

4.12.2013

Keinonenä haistaa syövän virtsasta

"Syksyllä käynnistyneen tutkimuksen tulokset osoittavat, että keinonenä havaitsee syöpäsolujen hajun eroavan terveistä soluista."

Lue lisää: Utain

23.11.2013

Kohta kännykkäsi kertoo onko sinulla syöpä!

"Mitä jos kännykkään puhuessasi se haistelisi hengitystäsi? Ja tunnistaisi vaikkapa syöpäsolujen jakautumisessa syntyvät hajut. Tai kertoisi alkaako sinulla olla merkkejä diabeteksesta tai masennuksesta. Tämä voi olla totta lähivuosina."

Lue lisää: YLE

21.8.2013

Artificial nose can smell cancer

"The University of Tampere and the Tampere University of Technology are developing an artificial nose for detecting odours linked to human diseases and emotions. According to the researchers, an artificial or electronic nose can be used to speed up clinical diagnosis and treatment and may also reduce health care costs."

Read the whole article from Invest in Finland and Invest in EU

12.8.2013

Keinonenä haistaa syövän

"Syöpäsairaudet, infektiosairaudet, poikkeavat aineenvaihdunnan tilat sekä erilaiset tunnetilat voi havaita hajusta. Tämän havainnon pohjalta Tampereen yliopiston ja Tampereen teknillisen yliopiston tutkijat kehittävät keinotekoiseen hajuaistiin perustuvaa sovellusta."

Lue lisää: Mediuutiset

12.8.2013

Keinonenästä uusi diagnostiikkaväline syövänhoitoon?

"Mediuutisen jutun mukaan Tampereen yliopiston ja Tampereen teknillisen yliopiston tutkijat työskentelevät keinotekoisen hajuaistin parissa, jonka avulla voitaisiin haistaa muun muassa syöpä- ja infektiosairaudet."

Lue lisää: Digi.fi

25.7.2013

Universities in Tampere join forces to develop an artificial nose

"Researchers from Tampere, Finland, are developing an artificial nose that is capable of detecting odours associated with diseases and emotions that go beyond human sensory perception. A broad range of exciting applications have already been identified."

Read the whole article from Tampere University of Technology

1.7.2013

Tamperelainen keinonenä tunnistaa sairauksia

"Tulevaisuuden potilaan älypuhelimessa saattaa olla ”keinonenä”, joka hälyttää esimerkiksi liian korkeista tai matalista verensokeriarvoista. Tampereen yliopistot kehittävät yhdessä keinotekoista hajuaistia, jolla voidaan tunnistaa sairauksiin ja tunteisiin liittyviä tuoksuja."

Lue lisää: Potilaan Lääkärilehti

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