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The bees could successfully tell the difference

In a separate experiment, Saha’s team collected air lingering above lung cells grown in the lab. The bees could successfully tell the difference between air samples taken near healthy cells and those gathered near cells of two cancer types: small-cell lung cancer and non-small cell lung cancer.

— Read more in Honeybees can “smell” lung cancer at ScienceNews.

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