Denmark ponders lung cancer breath test
This article was originally published in Clinica
Growing interest about the possibility of introducing a breath test for the early detection of lung cancer in seemingly healthy people in Denmark has prompted the health service (Sundhedsstyrelsen) to issue a guidance document on the procedure. The Danish move came in response to a positive assessment of the test by the UK-based National Horizon Scanning Centre.
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