Paws to Paint The Town Red For Medical Detection Dogs

www.medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk/red Paws to Paint The Town Red For Medical Detection Dogs Wear red, bake red, decorate red and sell red to help train life-saving dogs  Medical Detection Dogs is asking everyone to match the red jackets of its lifesaving dogs for its...

COVID-19 Detection Dogs in the presence of royalty

COVID-19 Detection Dogs in the presence of royalty Our Royal Patron, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, was among the first in the world to see some of our COVID-19 detection dogs in training demonstrate how they are learning to detect the virus this week.  Her Royal...

Malaria results from our research

Malaria is one of the world’s biggest killers, responsible for 584,000 deaths each year. Early results from our research show that dogs can accurately identify the odour of malaria opening up the potential to help fight the disease. Presenting the results of the...

Bacteria

Bacteria 700,000 people around the world die annually due to drug-resistant infections.  We are determined to help tackle the problem of bacterial infections. Most bacteria are harmless, and can in fact be beneficial to our health. However, some are extremely harmful...

Neurological diseases

Neurological diseases Neurological diseases affect 584,000 in the UK. We are determined to improve early diagnosis of progressive debilitating disease. Neurological diseases affect over 1 billion people worldwide. Our work currently focuses on Parkinson’s disease,...

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