Her Incredible Sense Of Smell Is Helping Scientists Find New Ways To Diagnose Disease

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For most of her life, Joy Milne had a superpower that she was totally oblivious to. She simply had no idea she possessed an utterly amazing, slightly terrifying biological gift that scientists would itch to study.

In fact, Joy probably would have stayed oblivious if it hadn't been for her husband, Les Milne.

The two met in high school. Les was a 17-year-old swimmer and Joy was 16, a new transfer. She remembers dancing with him at a party and being struck by his wonderful smell. "He had a lovely male musk smell. He really did," she recalls.

Everything about Les appealed to Joy. He was very thoughtful and generally quiet but had a wicked sense of humor.

That's pretty weird.
 

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For most of her life, Joy Milne had a superpower that she was totally oblivious to. She simply had no idea she possessed an utterly amazing, slightly terrifying biological gift that scientists would itch to study.

In fact, Joy probably would have stayed oblivious if it hadn't been for her husband, Les Milne.

The two met in high school. Les was a 17-year-old swimmer and Joy was 16, a new transfer. She remembers dancing with him at a party and being struck by his wonderful smell. "He had a lovely male musk smell. He really did," she recalls.

Everything about Les appealed to Joy. He was very thoughtful and generally quiet but had a wicked sense of humor.

That's pretty weird.
Not really that weird. Dogs have been known to smell out tumors.
 

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