Study Description: Women age 21 to 65 who are attending a regularly scheduled routine gynecological examination (including Pap smear) may be eligible to participate in a study of a new stain that could detect cervical abnormalities. Participation would include the staining test, cytology, and HPV testing. If any of the tests are abnormal, a follow-up visit will be required.
Principal Investigator: Daron Ferris
Eligibility Criteria: Women between the ages of 21 and 65 who are being seen at Augusta University for a routine gynecological examination may qualify to participate in a study for the detection of cervical abnormalities. Women must not be pregnant, on their menstrual cycle on the date of the visit, have had previous cervical sugeries (including LEEP, conization, total hysterectomy).
Compensation: Yes, subjects will be compensated.
Compensation Explanation: Subjects will be paid $25 for each study visit they complete.
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