Experts have trained dogs to detect cancer by smell

Scientists from America reported on the successful completion of the first phase of the experiment in training dogs to diagnose cancer by smell. For several years experts from around the world are trying to find fast and effective ways to diagnose cancer in a short time.

A dog named Franks, scientists were able to teach the technique differences from healthy people with cancer. As the study object was selected urine. According to the results of the experiment, the dog was able to put the correct diagnosis in 30 cases out of 34.

Experts of America plan to use this information in their future practice, for example, in the development of an electronic device for analysis of the smell.

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