Cervical cancer prevention in low-resource settings: could self-testing be the answer?

A recent paper (Qiao et al.) – Journal of National Cancer Institute (JNCI) 104:3 – reports the findings of a series of 5 population-based studies of self-screening for cervical cancer in rural China, involving 13,140 participants.  They are particularly relevant to STI readers on account of issues they raise about the effectiveness of screening programs […]

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