Hopkins Researchers Seek Early Cancer Diagnosis using Tampon-borne Cell-free DNA | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — Following promising early results, researchers from Johns Hopkins are expanding a project that used sequencing to detect cancer mutations in cell-free DNA from Pap smear fluids into a larger effort to also examine the vaginal fluids collected in tampons.

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