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Medical detection dogs sign. UK based charity Medical Detection Dogs train dogs to detect volatile compounds associated with disease. The charity currently trains dogs are trained to detect changes in blood sugar levels for diabetes sufferers and also dogs that can detect volatile compounds associated with cancer. Dog noses are highly sensitive and are able to detect molecules in parts per trillion. They are potentially more reliable at detecting positive results compared to conventional blood or urine tests.
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