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| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Church, J., Williams, H.
Breath testing: the future for digestive cancer detection
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Leja, M. A., Liu, H., Haick, H.
Expert Rev Gastroenterol Hepatol
Can dogs smell lung cancer? First study using exhaled breath and urine screening in unselected patients with suspected lung cancer
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Amundsen, T., Sundstrom, S., Buvik, T., Gederaas, O. A., Haaverstad, R.
Department of Thoracic Medicine, St. Olavs Hospital HF , Trondheim , Norway.
Cancer diagnosis: from dogs to DNA or from DNA to dogs?
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Melichar, B., Plebani, M.
Clin Chem Lab Med
Canine olfactory detection of malignant melanoma
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Campbell, L. F., Farmery, L., George, S. M., Farrant, P. B.
BMJ Case Rep
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust, Brighton, UK.
Canine olfactory receptor gene polymorphism and its relation to odor detection performance by sniffer dogs
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Lesniak, A., Walczak, M., Jezierski, T., Sacharczuk, M., Gawkowski, M., Jaszczak, K.
Journal of Heredity
Institute of Genetics and Animal Breeding Polish Academy of Sciences, Jastrzebiec, Postepu 1, 05-552 Wolka...
Colorectal cancer screening with odour material by canine scent detection
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Sonoda, H., Kohnoe, S., Yamazato, T., Satoh, Y., Morizono, G., Shikata, K., Morita, M., Watanabe, A., Kakeji, Y., Inoue, F., Maehara, Y.
Department of Surgery and Science, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan. email@example.com
Dogs sniffing urine: a future diagnostic tool or a way to identify new prostate cancer markers?
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Bjartell, A. S.
Key considerations for the experimental training and evaluation of cancer odour detection dogs: lessons learnt from a double-blind, controlled trial of prostate cancer detection
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Elliker, K. R., Sommerville, B. A., Broom, D. M., Neal, D. E., Armstrong, S., Williams, H. C.
Centre of Evidence-based Dermatology, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Queen's Medical Centre, University of...
Olfactory detection of human bladder cancer by dogs: proof of principle study
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Willis, C. M., Church, S. M., Guest, C. M., Cook, W. A., McCarthy, N., Bransbury, A. J., Church, M. R., Church, J. C.
Department of Dermatology, Amersham Hospital, Amersham HP7 0JD. firstname.lastname@example.org
Olfactory detection of prostate cancer by dogs sniffing urine: a step forward in early diagnosis
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Cornu, J. N., Cancel-Tassin, G., Ondet, V., Girardet, C., Cussenot, O.
Department of Urology, Tenon Hospital, Assistance Publique-Hopitaux de Paris, University Paris VI, Paris, France....
Prostate cancer: eNose--man's new best friend?
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Phillips, R.
Nat Rev Urol
Re: Jean-Nicolas Cornu,Geraldine Cancel-Tassin, Valerie Ondet, et Al. Olfactory detection of prostate cancer by dogs sniffing urine: a step forward in early diagnosis. Eur urol 2011; 59: 197-201
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Lippi, G.
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Sniffer dogs in the melanoma clinic?
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Williams, H., Pembroke, A.
Thinking outside the box about screening for ovarian cancer: the nose knows!
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Morgan, R. J.
J Natl Compr Canc Netw
Animal-Assisted Intervention for People with Cancer
| Reports | Contributor(s): Felicia Trembath
Cancer is one of the most widespread diseases in the modern world, affecting millions of people per year. In the United States alone approximately 1.6 million people are diagnosed with cancer...
An Alternative Approach for Investigating the Carcinogenicity of Indoor Air Pollution: Pets as Sentinels of Environmental Cancer Risk
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): John A. Bukowski, Daniel Wartenberg
Traditionally, the cancer risks associated with radon, environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), and similar indoor residential exposures have been evaluated through either laboratory experiments in...
The power of automated behavioural homecage technologies in characterizing disease progression in laboratory mice: a review
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Richardson, C. A.
Behavioural changes that occur as animals become sick have been characterized in a number of species and include the less frequent occurrence of 'luxury behaviours' such as playing, grooming and...
Cancer occurs at the cellular level, the “building blocks”
of the body [In !MedlinePlus.
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It is a mistake in the copying of cells. Cells will grow where they are not
Assessment and treatment of nonpain conditions in life-limiting disease
| Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Villalobos, A. E.
Veterinary Clinics of North America, Small Animal Practice
Pawspice at VCA Coast Animal Hospital, Hermosa Beach, CA...