For women who are not able to go to a medical facility to pass a swab for the presence of human papilloma virus have a way to learn about it at home. According to the BBC, this can be done using urine test.
It should be noted that this virus contributes to risk of cancer of cervical cancer. So, done in a timely manner smear can prevent about 75% of cancer of this body, signaling occurring in the body changes that precede cancer diagnosis.
Employees of the University of Manchester put forward a proposal for the introduction of home tests that determine the composition of urine the presence of human papillomavirus. So, in the experiment involving 104 women were able to establish that the efficiency test is similar to a clinical trial.