Study of dog's ability to sniff low diabetes levels could lead to better tests

Study of dog's ability to sniff low diabetes levels could lead to better tests

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Researchers at Cambridge University in the UK are exploring whether the detection of a certain chemical in a type 1 diabetes patients’ breath can warn patients when they have dangerously low blood sugar levels. Researchers believe that some dogs can spot warning signs of dangerously low blood sugar in patients by sniffing the breaths of diabetics.

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