In addition, the worm "showed attraction to the urine samples regardless of cancer type" but couldn't identify the organs that harbored the cancer cells. As an alternative and new way to detect cancer, the authors note that the "NSDT has outstanding characteristics such as high accuracy, low cost, painlessness, convenience and speed, and use of urine without restriction of meals and activities. Notably, the special features of the NSDT are its high cost-performance and low set-up costs."
I think the discovery of this new test should be made widely known and that's why I wrote this short piece. I'm sure many readers of Psychology Today would be interested in knowing about this test and sharing its existence with others. I've already told a number of people about it.