Good Dog! Man’s Best Friend Sniffs Out Prostate Cancer.

Dogs’ noses, chemical analytical techniques and artificial intelligence make for a powerful diagnostic combo.

Trained dogs can spot aggressive prostate cancers by detecting trace amounts of chemical biomarkers in urine samples, says a new study. The researchers describe the utility of a new multisystem approach that combines the powerful sensitivity of dogs’ noses with…

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River D'Almeida, Ph.D

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