Peter Griffin posted in colon cancer • Randall Allardyce • University of Otago on February 2nd, 2011.
Research published in Gut has shown that dogs are able to detect colon cancer from stool or breath samples, even when the disease is in its early stages. The findings suggest that cancerous cells release specific chemicals, for which highly sensitive, non-ininvasive screening tests could be devised. Dogs are also able to detect a number […]
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