This Cute dog Cancer Detection
Not just so fun to play with friends, labrador dog named Daisy British were able to detect cancer in the human body to smell the leather, urine and breath. Daisy capabilities are increasingly developed by the owner of Daisy, Dr. Claire Guest British psychologist who also animal behavior, and colleagues in the Medical Detection Dogs along with 12 other dogs. Now, Daisy had smelt 6000 urine samples and detected more than 551 cases of cancer with 93 percent accuracy.
"Many cancers can be detected early. But the malignant cells produces changes in volatile compounds. These compounds may be present in the urine. Dogs that have 300 million olfactory receptors, while humans only five million, is able to identify the aroma compounds even in the lowest possible level , "said Claire, as reported by the Daily Mail. uk