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“Can dogs detect cancer?”
yes, it appears that dogs can detect the presence of certain tumors by using their exquisitely evolved sense of smell. Researchers hypothesize that cancerous cells generate particular enzymes, which unusual properties the canine proboscis identifies with an ease incomprehensible to the merely human.
Such is the incredible detail available to this amazingly adapted sensory organ that dogs may be capable of discerning between the various types of cancer. In fact, research demonstrates that canines have an outstanding interest of tumors of the ano-genital region.
Next time Bowzer starts acting ‘too friendly’ with you or an acquaintance, remember he’s only thinking about your health. Give him a treat, a pat, and an ‘attaboy!’ for selflessly digging into the unknown. 🙂
Caleb, you & I need to discuss our lucid dreams next October 😉
I think the most important lesson I was able to learn from my lucid dreams, is the realization that what we call ‘reality’ is also just another dream –one that is harder to wake up from 😛