Dogs that can SMELL prostate cancer could inspire ‘robotic noses’ to sniff out the disease, study reveals

Dogs that can smell prostate cancer could inspire ‘robotic noses’ to sniff out the disease, a new study reveals.

In a pilot study, British and US researchers trained dogs to detect aggressive prostate cancer from people’s urine samples.

Dogs have an extremely sensitive sense of smell and can pick up on ‘volatile organic compounds’ (VOCs) released during the early stages of many cancers.

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