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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 ACCURACY According to Whiteman, specially traineddogs are able to detect prostate cancer from urine samples with 98% sucess.[5] Studies show that dogs can detect early stages of cancer with a high percentage of sensitivity (Canine Cancer Detection, 2013).[2] Out of 677 urine samples 98% had prostate cancer were normal Dogs able to detect volatile organic compounds with: accuracy of the sensitivity to the compounds accuracy to the specificity RESEARCH According to Whiteman, researchers worked together in using canines to find ovarian cancer in its early-stage. [5] BENEFITS Exposed us to the possibility that cancer could potentially be correlated with a change in scent of breath and urine (Arney. 2009).[1] Led scientists to look into technologysuch as an electronic nose. CheaperMore effectiveLess invasive Dogs can detect stage zero cancer. PROCESS Breath and urine of cancer patients is chemically different than that of healthy people (Zaphiris, 2013).[6] Oxidative stress speeds up metabolism in cells Dogs are able to detect the scents of these compounds and distinguish whether or not a person has cancer (Zaphiris, 2013).[6] metabolism byproducts 320 357 97% 99% Dogs can be used as a means of detecting cancer in the future. They can determine healthy samples of urine from infected samples (Canine Cancer Detection, 2013).[2] Dogs have been successfully trained to find urine containing E. Coli (Canine Cancer Detection, 2013).[2] In a 12 week testing the dogs were able to detect cancer with a high percentage of accuracy in early and late stage lung and breast cancer (Dogs that smell cancer, 2013).[3] Contains high degree of alkanes, aromatic compounds, and benzene derivatives, which is said to have arisen due to oxidative stress. SNIFFING OUT
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