Is it possible that the best medical diagnosis for cancer has four legs and a tail?
• the number of both false positives and false
negatives makes them unreliable.
• they are usually ordered only when the patient
complains of symptoms, thus rendering the
diagnosis after the disease has already reached
an advanced stage, making successful
treatment more difficult.
• they are invasive, and can cause damage to
the body, creating collateral illness.
A dog’s nose knows.
1 bad apple in 2 billion barrels
1 to 2 drops in 20 Olympic swimming pools
Help us to help you.
Raymond Thertuline, MD, PhD, Research Director, Oncologist; Asheville Hematology and Oncology,
Park Ridge Oncology, 21st Century Oncology
Jane G. Goldberg, PhD, Oncological Psychologist; Psychoanalyst
Amanda Miles-Graeter, CPA
Laura Dressel, MD; Physician Owner Partner @ The Family Health Centers
Black Lab, Male
Carolina Dog, female
Lab mix, Male
Terri Boyd, Executive Director & Founder BRMDD; medical dog detection trainer
Laura Dressel, MD, Physician Owner Partner @ The Family Health Centers
Summer Hall, dog lover
Molly Goldberg, Assistant Director
Gregg Lalley, Secretary/Treasurer