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    This is really fascinating, especially what they discover at the end of the article.

    Now I know why my dog humps my leg.

    Study Shows Dogs Able to Smell Cancer

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Doctors conducted more detailed tests on the patient and found a life-threatening tumor in the right kidney. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Doc cut out half my kidney only to find out it didn't have any cancer. Think I will go to a dog next time!

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    Reminds me of the guy who ends up paying his doctor lots of cash for the doc's pet kitty and labrador to check the guy over.

    The doctor tells him the fee was so high because of the lab report and the cat scan

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    Two elephants falling off a cliff, Boom Boom!

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    I just saw this article too.
    I find it especially interesting since my labrador was
    very "clingy" and resting his head on my chest when I
    would lie down. My wife was actually unsettled by it.

    At my next CAT scan we found some mets in my lungs.

    So hopefully my dog will start to ignore me again
    soon!

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