Gyrgy Horvath Department of Oncology, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Gteborg, Sweden, firstname.lastname@example.org
Gunvor af Klinteberg J¤rverud Department of Oncology, Swedish Working Dog Club, Kode, Sweden
Sven J¤rverud Department of Oncology, Swedish Working Dog Club, Kode, Sweden
Istv¡n Horv¡th Department of Oncology, Hungarian Working Dog Club, Dunaszekcs, Hungary
The high mortality rate associated with ovarian carcinoma is mainly owing to late diagnosis. It is thus essential to develop inexpensive and simple methods for early diagnosis. Papers on canine scent detection of malignancies such as melanoma and bladder, lung, and breast cancer have recently been published in peer-reviewed journals, indicating a new diagnostic tool for malignancies.