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Thanks to a new Israeli invention, early cervical cancer diagnosis is possible in almost any location in the world.

Every two minutes, somewhere in the world, a woman dies of cervical cancer, with the best treatments relying on early detection.

For people living in undeveloped countries, the medical expertise to diagnose such cancers used to be inaccessible.

Now, two young Israelis have developed an inexpensive mobile app that allows health care workers to scan a patient and receive a diagnosis from doctors all over the world, allowing lifesaving early treatment to begin.

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Posted by The Israel Project on Wednesday, July 11, 2018