AGM followed by Talk about Medical Detection Dogs - 15 October 2019
Please, may I ask you to make every effort to ensure that you join us for your Societyís AGM and Social Evening, which will take place on 15 October 2019 in Quainton's Memorial Hall, starting at 7.30pm.
Following the AGM, which will be as brief as necessary, we very much look forward to an illustrated talk by the inspirational speaker, Terry Dawes, about the work of Medical Detection Dogs, of Great Horwood, and to meeting the specially trained dog that he will be bringing with him.
Medical Detection Dogs are a charity that trains dogs to detect the odour of human disease. The charity is at the forefront of the research into the fight against cancer and helping people with life-threatening diseases. Their Bio-Detection Dogs are trained to find the odour of diseases, such as cancer, in samples such as†urine, breath and swabs and their Medical Alert Assistance Dogs are trained to detect minute changes in an individualís personal odour triggered by their disease and alert them to an impending medical event.
As usual, wine and refreshments will be available from the start of the evening and we very much look forward to your company for a fascinating and enjoyable evening.