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Medicine: Cancer Detecting Dogs #992594

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 25, 2011
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Covington, Georgia: Steve Osunsami) How dogs can detect cancer in humans featured; details given about the chemicals released by cancer and emitted through the breathe; scenes shown of an English cancer detecting dog, Daisy, trained to sniff out bladder cancer. [Cancer patient Carol WINTER - explains what her sniffing dog did that saved her life.] [Emory University Winship Cancer Inst. Dr. Sheryl GABRAM†- talks about her cancer and how the dog saved her life.] An analysis of the reporter's breath presented with a graph shown.

Sawyer, Diane;
Osunsami, Steve

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