Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 30th, 1998
Testing Pap smears of cervical cells for an antigen called MN/CA9 can tip scientists off to precancerous cervical lesions and malignant growths that may go undiscovered with current diagnostic techniques, said Eric J. Stanbridge, a UCI College of Medicine cancer researcher. Stanbridge spoke of his findings at the American Cancer Society's annual meeting for science writers in Newport Beach, California, on March 23, 1998.
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