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Gas Sensing Gut Pill Beats Breath Test Diagnosis

News   Aug 01, 2018 | Original story by Grace Taylor

 
Gas Sensing Gut Pill Beats Breath Test Diagnosis

The capsule, which provides real time detection and measurement of hydrogen, carbon dioxides and oxygen in the gut, is 3,000 times more accurate than current technology used to diagnose many gut disorders. Credit: RMIT

 
 
 

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