Dogs Sniff Out Prostate Cancer- Approach Associated With Few False Positives in Early Testing

Posted on June 2nd, 2010 by

Dogs may be able to sniff out the smell of chemicals released into urine by prostate tumors, setting the stage for a new means of early prostate cancer detection. In early tests, the approach produced fewer false positives than would be expected with the commonly used PSA test, French researchers report.   Link

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