Early Detection is the Preventative Solution for Cervical Cancer
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Organization on Genital Infection and Neoplasia (EUROGIN). 60Worldwide, "Close to a half a million women develop cervical cancer annually and more than 250,000 will die from the disease." It is only the lack of testing that keeps this deadly disease from being diagnosed in its pre-cancerous stage. As a result, many women needlessly suffer and die.
SelfPap is a focus on self testing for cervical cancer. Self testing derives is basis on self-collected vaginal swabs for human papillomavirus (HPV) and can be used to screen for cervical disease. It has found a way to be part of the solution to this international health crisis. As a result there are many patented technologies providing for women who have had obstacles and other barriers of obtaining Pap smears. Many of these kits allows women to perform the test in their own homes, on their own terms. And it's not just convenient; it's accurate.