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Can Canines Sniff Out Cancer?

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You know what they say: dogs are an oncologist’s best friend, especially after a recent study found that 97 percent of them can detect lung cancer.
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    Dogs are known for their incredible sense of smell, and based on new research, they could be the key to developing over-the-counter tests capable of detecting lung cancer early on. And who better to break down the study’s findings than Dr. Tom Quinn, a Clinical Professor of Family and Occupational Medicine at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and a member of the team who worked on this intriguing study.

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