New smear tests ordered in UK as errors revealed
This article was originally published in Clinica
A National Health Service trust in the UK has had to recall women for a second cervical smear test to rule out cancer, following the introduction of new national quality assurance guidelines. Pontefract Infirmary in Northern England recalled 76 women after abnormal cells showed up during a re-screen of original slides.
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