Published in Law and Health Weekly, November 12th, 2005
"Noninvasive sampling of human genitals to identify high-risk individuals with subclinical oncogenic HPV infection remains a challenge. [Our] study was designed to see if self-collected urine can be used as a simple, non-invasive sampling for screening HPV, particularly for screening/monitoring general population or young adolescents or infants, if they are to be immunized by HPV vaccines. Self-collected urine samples from 100 sexually unexposed college going girls and cervical scrapes from 104 normal healthy sexually...
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