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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

‘Dog Scan’ for Cancer!!

We all know that ‘CAT Scan’ is used in the diagnosis of cancer, but now doctors believe that ‘Dogs’ can actually sense cancer, since they can smell hundreds of chemicals released by the body in sweat, urine and breath, as a result of cancer.

Well, if ‘CATs’ can, why not ‘Dogs’!

Check this news story from ABC News to learn more about this interesting find!




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I've heard about this way of diagnostics once, but nobody tells where you can get this. Are there any centers of 'dog' diagnostics?

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center of Dog's diagnostic?? Ha, don't think that there is already have. But idea is good, so good

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Having a diagnostic for dog is such a great idea.

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Anonymous Sinus Pressure said...

Its better to diagnose the dog,in order to identification of the nature and cause of anything.

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