TruScreen expands to Vietnam

Staff reporters
Mon, 20 Apr 2020

TruScreen has been approved by the Vietnamese Ministry of Health to roll out its cervical cancer screening device in the south east Asian nation. The initial roll-out will be at the Hanoi Obstetrics and Gynaecology Hospital and TruScreen expects to enter other public and private hospitals in Vietnam during the year.The approval follows a successful trial covering 989 patients with a positive clinical outcome at the hospital in Hanoi. The trial compared the specificity and sensitivity between the results from the TruScreen handheld scr...

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