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Cervical cancer may be detected through urine test

A new cervical cancer detection method is less invasive and more cost effective than pap smears or pelvic exams. It involves a simple urine test. This could have huge implication for developing countries as it is simple and cheap. More tests need to be done to confirm the accuracy of this method but results so far are extremely encouraging.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Asian News International

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About: Cervical cancer may be detected through urine test

Date: 20 October 2004

Source: Asian News International


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