Dogs watch us all the time and read our body language like a sixth sense. They also smell our bodies for changes and even find if you have cancer.
In multiple studies, dogs have been “intriguingly accurate” at detecting certain cancers by smelling breath or urine samples. Research has shown that malignant tissues release chemicals that are different from normal tissue, and “it’s not surprising that dogs can recognize these differences,” says Ted Gansler, MD, MBA, director of medical content for the American Cancer Society.
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