MEBO Research Alveolar Breath Study

MEBO Research is conducting a breath research study over a year's time beginning on April 2012, to look for patterns in alveolar breath for persons suffering from uncontrollable body malodor and/or halitosis. The test is designed to detect alveolar breath using a breath capture apparatus provided by Menssana Research, Inc., the Breath Collection Apparatus (BCA 5.0), to detect and quantify up to 200 compounds that come from the bloodstream through the blood capillaries into the alveolar sacs in the lungs and out in the breath. The analysis of the data compiled will look for peaks that are significantly higher than that of the control group. The researcher, Dr. Michael Phillips, MD, FACP, FRCP, will study the metabolic pathways that produce the volatile to define the volatile's metabolic origins (precursor) causing body odor and/or halitosis. In order to fund this research study, sufferers are asked to pay $345 for their individual test. Anyone with questions can contact the MEBO Managing Director in charge of the program at mike@meboresearch.org.

For MORE INFORMATION ON WHICH CHEMICALS ARE TESTED IN THIS STUDY, PLEASE SEE THE FOLLOWING POSTS IN MEBO'S OUR BLOG:

http://www.bloodbornebodyodorandhalitosis.com/2012/04/alveolar-breath-test-for-systemic-body.html 
 http://www.bloodbornebodyodorandhalitosis.com/search/label/Alveolar%20breath%20test%20study

 

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