Even with all the expensive research and development of sophisticated technology, it’s through three Beagles that scientists have possibly found a new cancer-screening approach that is inexpensive, non-invasive, and accurate. These dogs can actually detect lung cancer.
According to a new study, dogs can immediately know which children need treatment for malaria with a simple whiff from their socks. Researchers claim that this can add to existing low-cost tests for malaria and help detect the disease in group settings.
Sniffer dogs in Kenya’s major airports and seaports are helping catch illegal ivory poachers and smugglers. They’re able to detect things that even x-rays can’t see.