One in 8 women will get breast cancer at some point in their lives. The good news is that it is a highly treatable disease.
The trick is catching it early - something that humans are less successful at, but that dogs manage to do with a spooky level of accuracy.
Shini Somara talks to the young scientist who's capitalised on this knowledge to create an e-nose that mimics those of sniffer dogs.
Judit Giro Benet, who won the 2020 James Dyson award, has created a blue box which combines this e-nose with artificial intelligence to create a home cancer detection kit which could potentially revolutionise healthcare.
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