Dogs can detect the most aggressive forms of prostate cancer and could help develop a “robotic nose” to find the disease in the future, a study says.

Under an international research programme, a Labrador, Florin, and a vizsla, Midas, sniffed out the cancer’s odour in urine samples from patients. They were trained to find the most lethal tumours by Medical Detection Dogs, a Milton Keynes charity. Read more here