This insect can be trained to sniff out cancer


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Forget about PET-CT scans and biopsies, these ants might be all you need to find cancer! — AFP

You might have already heard about dogs sniffing out cancer.

Now, it seems that some ants might also be able to differentiate cancerous cells from healthy ones in humans, thanks to their sense of smell.

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