Dog Lab is an institute for cancer screening by a cancer sniffing dog. The dog’s sense of smell is 1 million to 100 million times as sensitive as human’s. The cancer sniffing dog has an extraordinary sense of smell and the power of concentration, and when it is trained in a specific way, it acquires a special ability to detect the smell of cancer contained in exhaled breath.

The sensitivity of the cancer sniffing dog is very high, and it responds to early-stage cancer and high-grade dysplasia as well. University studies verify that the accuracy is almost 100%.

The screening system at Dog Lab is simple, and is achieved using exhaled breath taken in a bag. Those who have no time to take a hospital exam or who don’t want to have an exam due to pain or stress can get to know the presence of cancer very easily. If cancer is detected by the screening, partner clinics will prepare a letter of introduction and send you to an appropriate university or cancer hospital for further exams.





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“Japan Medical Journal” (weekly magazin e)
“潜むがんかぎ出せ” (Sniffing out cancers) Tokyo Shimbun (newspaper)
“Latest version manual: early detection of cancers” Weekly Bunshun (magazine)
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“Well done, cancer sniffing dog!” Yomiuri Shimbun (newspaper)
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“The Globe and Mail” Canada (newspaper)
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8.28.2014
The 52nd Annual Meeting of Japan Society of Clinical Oncology
Prof. Masao Miyashita et al., Nippon Medical School Chiba Hokusoh Hospital
Yuji Sato, St. Sugar Japan, Cancer Sniffing Dog Training Center
4.11.2013
The 113th Annual Congress of Japan Surgical Society
Hideto Sonoda, MD, Surgical Director, Imari Arita Kyoritu Hospital
Yuji Sato, St. Sugar Japan, Cancer Sniffing Dog Training Center
Title: Colorectal cancer screening by a cancer sniffing dog
9.19-21.2012
The 71st Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cancer Association
Prof. Masao Miyashita et al., Nippon Medical School Chiba Hokusoh Hospital
Yuji Sato, St. Sugar Japan, Cancer Sniffing Dog Training Center
6.28-30.2012
The 20th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Breast Cancer Society
Prof. Masao Miyashita et al., Nippon Medical School Chiba Hokusoh Hospital
Yuji Sato, St. Sugar Japan, Cancer Sniffing Dog Training Center
4.13-15.2012
The 64th Annual Congress of the Japanese Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Prof. Masao Miyashita et al., Nippon Medical School Chiba Hokusoh Hospital Yuji Sato, St. Sugar Japan, Cancer Sniffing Dog Training Center
1.31.2011
Paper in GUT (British Medical Journal)
Assistant Prof. Hideto Sonoda, M.D. Ph.D., Dept. of Surgery and Science, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyushu University
Yuji Sato, St. Sugar Japan, Cancer Sniffing Dog Training Center

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