Often times, a dog detecting cancer involves the dog nosing the area on a person that elicits a sharp pain that they get checked out, but for Michale DiZoglio, it was the opposite – the diagnosis came from the lack of pain.
One day, when the dog jumped on him and he didn’t feel any pain at all, he set up an appointment with the doctor. Several tests later, on his 28th birthday, DiZoglio learned that he had testicular cancer.
Dizoglio has had an operation to remove the tumor, but unfortunately it spread to his lungs so he is now undergoing chemotherapy. I wish DiZoglio the best and the speediest recovery to be cancer-free as soon as possible! ❤️ Watch a video about this below!