I use dogs to sniff out prostate cancer

Olivier Cussenot

France / Paris
Innovation : Marketed / Broadcasted
To avoid a long, costly, and often ineffective testing procedure, this professor of medicine works with a dog specially trained to detect the odour of prostate cancer.

“Aspirant” (Sniffer) is an exceptional German Shepherd. We filmed him at work, on the hunt for the slightest trace of cancerous cells. He earned full marks from us. Despite the presence of the camera and our film crew, he didn’t make a single mistake.

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