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Your Dog May Be the First to Know If You Have Cancer

n Japan, a handler can train a Labrador Retriever to detect cancer in human urine for $44,000 USD over the course of three years. More than 700 men and women in Tateyama, a small town on the East Asian island’s southern peninsula, have participated in canine cancer screenings so far.

 

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