Cervical cancer Test
For centuries, people had to rely on quacks and doctors for medical advice. But today, self-diagnosing has become the norm. In any grocery store you can buy home tests for diabetes and venereal diseases. Test-at-Home takes this trend to the next level, letting you diagnose yourself with cervical cancer – or not, hopefully. Its soft plastic ring is coated with nano-particles that interact with cells in the cervix. Abnormal cells – often a sign of early-stage cancer – cause the ring to turn from clear to opaque, telling you that it’s time for further consultation with your doctor.