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Can sniffer dogs really detect COVID almost as well as a PCR test? Turns out they can

By Hassan Vally, Associate Professor, Epidemiology, Deakin University
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Dogs have an exceptional sense of smell. We take advantage of this ability in many ways, including by training them to find illicit drugs, dangerous goods and even people.

In recent years, a dog’s sense of smell has also been used in the medical field. These remarkable animals can be trained to sniff out cancer, diabetes, and extraordinarily, epileptic…The Conversation


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