Canine Scent Detection Events

Presentation on August 6th: Can Dogs Detect Cancer?

The Pine Street Foundation and the Women’s Cancer AWareness Group sponsor a presentation on our canine scent detection research on August 6th.

Community EventThe Pine Street Foundation and the Women’s Cancer Awareness Group present:

“Can Dogs Detect Cancer?”

Thursday, August 6th, 2009 from 3:30p to 4:30p

Margaret Todd Senior Center
1560 Hill Road, Novato, CA

Click here for a map.

Cost: FREE
Please RSVP to ( 707) 769-8325 or by email.

Come hear about important, federally funded, ovarian cancer research being conducted in the bay area and learn more about the symptoms and risks of ovarian cancer. A documentary will be shown and there will be Q&A with Pine Street Foundation’s Principal Investigator, Michael McCulloch, LAc, MPH, PhD, who was recently featured in an Oprah Magazine article on this study, “Sniffing Out Cancer”.

Women interested in donating a breath sample for the research study may call (415) 342-0886.

The Women’s Cancer Awareness Group (WCAG) is a non-profit dedicated to creating support programs for cancer survivors, and to increasing awareness of the risk factors and symptoms of gynecologic cancers.

One reply on “Presentation on August 6th: Can Dogs Detect Cancer?”

I’d like to visit your center when in CA, I’d like to use your services and have the dogs test me for breast cancer, is this possible to do? and how much is the cost for this?

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