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Dogs Can Accurately Sniff Out Cancer in Blood

News   Apr 10, 2019 | Original story from Experimental Biology

 
Dogs Can Accurately Sniff Out Cancer in Blood

A new study has shown that dogs can use their highly evolved sense of smell to pick out blood samples from people with cancer with almost 97 percent accuracy. Credit: BioScentDx

 
 
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