Researchers in England have developed a new diagnostic test that can detect urology-related cancers by ‘smelling’ the diseases in urine samples.

The new procedure, inspired by dogs’ ability to sniff out melanomas, could eliminate the need for painful probes and the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test, both of which are invasive and seen as a factor behind men not visiting the doctor with prostate problems.

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