Canine scent detection in the diagnosis of lung cancer

Canine scent detection in the diagnosis of lung cancer: Revisiting a puzzling phenomenon

1. R. Ehmann*§,    2. E. Boedeker#§,    3. U. Friedrich¶,    4. J. Sagert¶,    5. J. Dippon+,    6. G.Friedel#    7. T. Walles#?

1. T. Walles, Schillerhoehe Hospital, Dept of Thoracic Surgery, Solitudestrasse 18, D-70839 Gerlingen, Germany, E-mail: Thorsten.Walles@klinik-schillerhoehe.de

Abstract

Patient prognosis in lung cancer (LC) largely depends on early . . . → Read More: Canine scent detection in the diagnosis of lung cancer

Dogs and Prostate cancer

Dogs can be trained to correctly identify certain prostate cancer cell-derived volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in urine, according to new data from researchers in Paris. These promising new data were presented on June 1, 2010 during the 105th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Urological Association (AUA). The session was moderated by AUA Public Media Committee Chair Anthony Y. Smith, MD.
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First Blood Test For Cancer Detection In Companion Animals

BioCurex Announces Commercialization Of OncoPet RECAFTM, The First Blood Test For Cancer Detection In Companion Animals

12 Feb 2010  BioCurex Inc. (OTCBB:BOCX), a biotechnology company developing products based on patented technology in the areas of cancer diagnostics, announced that it has launched the commercialization of its OncoPet RECAF test for cancer detection in dogs. Continue reading First Blood Test For Cancer Detection In Companion Animals