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You there, in back. Stop laughing. Now, where were we? So this is an electrical impedance test designed to detect cervical cancer. It is apparently more accurate than the traditional PAP test.

The device sends high frequency currents through cells and can register the slight differences in healthy and cancerous areas.

As one wag in Medgadget's forum posted—"From PAP to ZAP."

Electrical Impedance Test for Cervical Cancer Developed [MedGadget]