FDA approves computer system for smear tests
This article was originally published in Clinica
US regulators have said that a computer-based system can be used to read the results of smear tests for cervical cancer. This is the first time in primary screening that automation has been allowed to replace manual slide reading by technicians in US laboratories.
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