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Dogs Being Trained to Detect Prostate Cancer

Many urologists agree that the current, so-called PSA test for detecting prostate cancer is often unreliable, but it remains widely used because there are no other tests. Researchers in Britain say this method may soon be replaced with dogs trained to sniff out the type of cancer that, according to the American Cancer Society, affects one in every 7 men. Cancer of the prostate gland is one of the leading types of cancers affecting men in their 60s. According to the World Cancer Research...

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