Dogs for the Disabled & Medical Detection Dogs – New Technology for Dogs From the Open University
Published on 22 Dec 2015
Clinical Trials For Dogs Detecting Cancer Through Smell
Published on 22 Nov 2015
Medical Detection Dogs – Reception At The House of Lords
Published on 11 Jun 2015

Other links

How Milton Keynes scientists are training dogs to sniff out cancer
24 Mar 2015
Other groups are doing similar work in Italy, Japan and the United States, and, according to MDD researcher Dr …

Re-Centering Multispecies Practices: A Canine Interface for Cancer …
6 Apr 2015
A Canine Interface for Cancer Detection Dogs Clara Mancini, Rob Harris, Brendan Aengenheister …

Medical Detection Dogs: the science of olfactory detection of human …
18th April 2015
Claire Guest, CEO of Medical Detection Dogs, gives a talk on the evidence-based research behind canine …

Study says dogs can sniff out certain cancers – Al Jazeera English
22 May 2015
… then we could offer something tangible to the medical profession,” said Dr Claire Guest, co-founder of the …

Dogs trained to assist diabetics – YouTube
23 Jul 2015
SOUNDBITE (English) Claire Guest, Chief Executive, “Cancer and Bio-Detection Dogs Centre”: “Now that we …

The dogs that can help to detect prostate cancer – BBC News
8 Aug 2015
Claire Guest co-founded Medical Detection Dogs, the charity which is running the trial. She said the dogs can …

Cancer sniffing dogs to aid British doctors | Reuters
26 Aug 2015
And dogs with their incredible sense of small can find these in things like breath and urine,” said Dr. Claire

Dogs Being Trained to Detect Prostate Cancer – VOA News
27 Aug 2015
So they’re very, very good at finding minute odors,” said Dr. Claire Guest. As prostate cancer cells divide ..

Woofability BBC SOUTH 5/10/15 – YouTube
5 Oct 2015
Claire Guest – Cancer & Bio Detection Dogs on Five News

The dogs who may offer hope of early cancer detection – BBC News
23 Oct 2015
Claire Guest from Medical Detection Dogs describes how her dog, Daisy, helped detect her early-stage breast …

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