Study: DNA test helps in early detection of cervical cancer

10/3/2007 | Reuters

A Dutch study revealed that a DNA test to screen for human papillomavirus, which can lead to cervical cancer, helped spot 50% more of the potentially precancerous lesions compared with a Pap smear. Researchers believe the test will pave the way for early treatment of dangerous lesions and fewer screenings for women.

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