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Another Dog Sniffs Cancer ? So Why Aren?t Dogs In The Clinic?

Maybe you?ve heard that line about dogs being able to tell whether or not someone has cancer just by smelling their breath. And maybe you think it?s baloney, kind of like eating chocolate will kill a dog, or cats can tell when a person is going to die?
Wrong. Wrong. Um, I have no idea.
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