Science is showing us that dogs have abilities that go beyond airport security and into the field of medicine: They can also detect covert cancer cells, or predict a hypoglycemic event or epileptic convulsion. Which begs the question: Is it time to put a Lab in the lab?
The Pine Street Foundation was recently featured in an article in Parade Magazine
In an op-ed in the Huffington Post today, John Robbins writes: If you want to support an organization fighting breast cancer, you might want to know about the little known but extraordinary Pine Street Foundation. While everyone wants to detect breast cancer as early as possible, the Pine Street Foundation has been developing a remarkable [...]
On Friday, December 4th, the Pine Street Foundation was featured on the “Montel Williams Across America” radio show. Click here to listen to the interview
Cancer-sniffing Dogs Could Save Lives Published in “People Magazine” August 17, 2009 At first glance, cancer researcher Michael McCulloch’s lab at the Pine Street Foundation in San Rafael, Calif., looks predictably humdrum — a computer, a few beakers and some vials. And yet, if you look a little closer, there’s something downright peculiar about the [...]
The Pine Street Foundation’s work on canine scent detection was featured in the June 2009 of O, The Oprah Magazine.
The Pine Street Foundation’s research on the early detection of cancer was featured on KQED’s “Quest” program on Tuesday, November 25th, 2008.
Dogs Excel on Smell Test to Find Cancer By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr. Article originally published in the New York Times on January 17, 2006. Click here for the original article. In the small world of people who train dogs to sniff cancer, a little-known Northern California clinic has made a big claim: that it [...]