Some home-testing kits for the human papillomavirus (HPV) can accurately detect precancerous cervical cells with almost the same accuracy as a clinical test and may soon be made available to patients by their physicians, a new European study announced. Researchers with the Unit of Cancer Epidemiology at the Scientific Institute of Public Health in Brussels said, however, that the home tests are not a foolproof method of detecting precancerous growth so they would not recommend that the tests be used as an effective way of diagnosing HPV. The test does hold promise as being an effective public health tool, much ... Read More
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