Cancer-sniffing canines could lead to new cancer diagnostic tool

11/15/2011 | Daily Mail (London), The

Studies have shown canines can detect lung cancer by smelling a patient's breath, and ongoing research found dogs also reliably sniff out bladder cancer in urine samples. Researchers hope to identify exactly what the dogs smell and create a machine that can be used to diagnose cancer in human patients.

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