Cervical cancer: Home test kits enable early detection in Sweden

Cervical cancer: home test kits enable early detection in sweden

Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “Cervical cancer: Home test kits enable early detection in Sweden” – below is their description.

The World Health Organization says it has a plan to ensure that cervical cancer is the first cancer to be eliminated.

Some countries in Europe are already well on their way, with Sweden using a home testing system that is catching cases early.

Al Jazeera’s @Paul Rhys reports from Lund, Sweden.

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