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Breath test for lung cancer (LungscreenTM) | Menssana Products

Breath Test for Early Detection of Lung Cancer This study is no longer recruiting participants

Every year in the U.S.A., 99,000 men and 78,000 women develop lung cancer. Only 14% of them are still alive five years later. But if the lung cancer is localized at the time of diagnosis, and treated promptly, the five-year survival rate is increased more than threefold. Consequently, an early screening test at point of care has the potential to reduce the death rate from lung cancer.

Studies at Menssana Research, Inc. have shown that breath contains biomarkers of lung cancer that accurately identiify sufferers from the disease. The National Institutes of Health has funded development of this breath test, and approval is nearly completed.

This study is listed at clinicaltrials.gov.


Publications

(PDF Document) Volatile Organic Compounds of Lung Cancer and Possible Biochemical Pathways.

Hakim M, Broza YY, Barash O, Peled N, Phillips M, Amann A, Haick H
Chemical Reviews, 10.1021/cr300174a (Sep. 19, 2012)

(PDF Document) Detection of Lung Cancer Using Weighted Digital Analysis of Breath Biomarkers.

Phillips M, Altorki N, Austin JHM, Cameron RB, Cataneo RN, Kloss R, Maxfield RA, Munawar MI, Pass HI, Rashid A, Rom WN, Schmitt P, Wai J
Clinica Chimica Acta ref. CCA10989 (May 31, 2008)

(PDF Document) Prediction of lung cancer using volatile biomarkers in breath.

Phillips M, Altorki N, Austin JHM, Cameron RB, Cataneo RN, Greenberg J, Robert Kloss R, Maxfield RA, Munawar MI, Pass HI, Rashid A, Rom WN, and Schmitt P
Cancer Biomarkers (2007); 3: 95-109.

(PDF Document) Prediction of Lung Cancer Using Volatile Biomarkers in Breath.

Phillips M, Altorki N, Austin JH, Cameron RB, Cataneo RN, Greenburg J, Kloss R, Maxfield RA, Pass HI, Rom WN, and Tietje O
Journal of Clinical Oncology 2005; 23(16S): 839 S. Floor presentation at 2005 ASCO Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, May 16, 2005

(PDF document) Detection of lung cancer with volatile markers in the breath.

Phillips M, Cataneo RN, Cummin ARC, Gagliardi AJ, Gleeson K, Greenberg J, Maxfield RA, Rom WN
Chest (2003); 123: 2115-2123

(PDF document) Volatile organic compounds in breath as markers of lung cancer: a cross-sectional study.

Phillips M, Gleeson K, Hughes JMB, Greenberg J, Cataneo RN, Baker L and McVay WP
Lancet (1999); 353: 1930-33. Commentary Lancet (1999); 353: 1897-1898

Point of care breath test for lung cancer in development http://www.flickr.com/photos/hey__paul/6123902458/