Prostate cancer trial on Sky News

Trial to see if dogs can detect prostate cancer in humans. By Laura Bundock, Sky News Reporter In order for us to continue the work that we do, we rely on the generous donations of the general public as we receive no government funding....

Deborah Meaden becomes an ambassador

Deborah Meaden, the businesswoman and TV star, became an ambassador for the charity Medical Detection Dogs in June 2016. The successful UK entrepreneur and Dragons’ Den investor, who also actively supports a number of environmental charities and initiatives, offered...

Thank you from Dr Claire Guest

It is estimated that over 21 million people in the UK volunteer at least once a year and Volunteers Week 1- 12 June 2016 is a great opportunity for every charity in the country to publically celebrate and thank volunteers for their fantastic support. Medical Detection...

Malaria Detection Dogs

Deadly mosquito-borne pandemic poses a greater threat to humankind than global war and could easily wipe out 10 MILLION, Bill Gates warns. Read more: Malaria Detection Dogs Durham University receives Grand Challenges Explorations Grant for...

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