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Tampons Could Be Used To Screen For Endometrial Cancer 

According to a new study, scientists have found that it's possible to detect tumor DNA from endometerial cancer using good old-fashioned tampons. Currently there is no effective (or easy) way to screen for the disease. Endometrial cancer is the most common gynecological cancer and currently accounts for six percent of… » 3/28/15 12:30pm 3/28/15 12:30pm

Scientists created a pain measurement scale by burning the hands of women in labor

In the 1940s, a group of doctors at the University of Cornell set out to create a unit of pain intensity. Using the "dol" as a unit, the physicians created a 21-point quantitative scale, but through unusual means — testing pain reactions on medical students and women in labor between contractions. They did this by… » 4/11/12 11:00am 4/11/12 11:00am