"This paper from Egypt explores the use of a urine test for the diagnosis of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection. Maged and colleagues demonstrate a relationship between the presence of high-risk HPV types on a urine test with the existence of premalignant cervical lesions. The paper reminds us that the possibility of using less invasive forms of testing for conditions has not yet been widely explored. The presence of affordable, non-invasive testing for important conditions can increase the number of women who are willing to be tested."
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