Canine Scent Detection Published Research

Canine Scent Detection: Breast and Lung Cancer

Diagnostic Accuracy of Canine Scent Detection of Lung and Breast Cancers in Exhaled Breath

The following research was published in the March 2006 issue of Integrative Cancer Therapies, a peer-reviewed journal.

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Precisión del diagnostico de Detección Canina a través del olfato en las fases tempranas y terminales del cáncer de mama y de pulmón: PDF [258kb]

Lung cancer, when symptoms arise, is usually diagnosed at Stage III or IV, when the prognosis is rarely good. Treatment is significantly more effective at early stages (I or II) when the tumor is smaller and has not yet spread. Detecting lung cancer in its early stages is difficult, so therefore developing a feasible and effective early detection method is the subject of a considerable amount of research around the world. In terms of breast cancer, while detection at early stages is comparatively easier, finding methods to detect it even earlier are worthwhile.

Avenues Becoming Your Own Advocate

Breast Cancer: Advances in Diagnosis & Treatment

The past year has seen significant forward movement in the breast cancer field. It is very exciting to see high-quality research on alternative medicine techniques as well as allopathic (conventional) ones.

Avenues Becoming Your Own Advocate Chemotherapy & Antioxidants

Breast Cancer, Chemotherapy, & Antioxidants

Chemotherapy is standard care for many women with breast cancer. While this treatment is often beneficial, there are some notable drawbacks, including the fact that breast cancer cells can become resistant to chemotherapy and that side effects can be debilitating and intolerable.