Bladder cancer

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U.K. dogs training to sniff out bladder cancer

A dog’s sense of smell might be one of his or her best, innate abilities. And an increasing number of researchers are using that nose to help humans detect cancer. Claire Guest of Berkshire, England runs a charity called “Medical Detection Dogs” that trains dogs how to detect cancer. One project involves teaching animals how […]

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Dogs trained to “sniff out” cancer

14 March 2013 Last updated at 05:02 ET Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. Jobi is the first dog in the new study to be trained to to identify the scent of breast cancer A Buckinghamshire scientist, whose dog apparently “sniffed out” her breast cancer, is leading research to see if a […]

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Diabetes Medication Warning

Patients in Actos lawsuits have embodied the increased risk of bladder cancer connected with taking the diabetes medication, and the scientific world has been revisiting what previous studies have concluded, and courts have recognized. Type-2 diabetes is sufficiently prevalent, so as to stimulate global scientific inquiry, and apparently, Actos side effects can be quite serious. […]

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