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The Pap smear, the most common screening tool for cervical cancer, is almost 100 years old. It’s also expensive, painful, time-consuming from sample to diagnosis, and employs antiquated technology.
With regular screening and follow-up care, cervical cancer is the most preventable form of cancer affecting women today. However, current forms of testing and diagnosis are outdated and ineffective.
Combining advanced spectroscopy methods with data insights and
Artificial Intelligence algorithms
Delivers accurate cervical cancer diagnoses
in real time.
The future in cervical
cancer diagnostics is
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