Pap test tool could save millions of lives

A Pap test is a test that can detect sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

Pap tests have a long history of being used to help people avoid contracting the virus, but it is more often used for diagnosing other diseases.

Some doctors recommend using a Pap test as part of treatment for STIs, but the practice can be controversial.

A Pap scan can provide an early test for an infection and help identify whether a person has a potentially dangerous infection.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that there are between 100,000 and 150,000 new cases of the sexually transmitted disease in the U.K. every year.

Some researchers say it is too early to recommend Pap tests for all people, but if a Pap scan is done for a person who is already infected, it is important to get tested to confirm whether the infection is curable.

In the U of K, Pap tests are being offered for people who are at high risk of contracting STIs.

In 2016, the Pap test for gonorrhea was offered as a free test to anyone who was at high-risk of contracting gonorrheal diseases, and now the test is available for all adults who have been diagnosed with gonorrhoea.

If the test for STI is positive, it can lead to a full Pap test.

If a Pap screening test shows no infection, the person can receive the same Pap test, which is done using a machine that produces a digital image of the person’s cervix.

The test can be administered by anyone over the age of 18, and it can be performed in the privacy of a home.

For a person diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection, a Pap Scan can provide a diagnosis and treatment.

A person with gonococcal disease, a common infection caused by a strain of bacteria, can get a Pap Test.

But it is not always necessary to get a test for other diseases that are less common, like HIV or hepatitis.

The Pap Scan also is not a cure-all.

In addition to finding the disease, the test can also provide information about the person, like how long they have been sexually active and how many partners they have had.

If an individual is at high levels of infection, it may be helpful to test them for more than one infection.

Some health professionals are concerned about the Pap Scan being used as a screening tool for STDs.

Dr. Richard A. Smith, president of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, said that people who do not need a Pap or do not know they have gonorrHEART can get caught up in the false sense of security that comes with being tested.

Dr Smith, who was in London this month for a conference, said, “I think it’s really dangerous that we have to be testing for gonococci that are going to spread quickly.”

While it is possible to get an infection from having a sexual partner, the infection can be curable with the right treatment.

But Dr Smith said that it can also be dangerous to use the Pap Test for STIS, even for people at high infection risk.

Dr A Smith said: “The Pap Test is not an effective tool to treat STIs if we don’t know that it is going to be successful.”