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Self-sampling
Wet vs dry samples
Accuracy of HPV testing
Screening uptake
Community outreach
HPV as primary screening
Physician vs self-collection
Cost-effectiveness
Acceptability
Barriers to screening
Arbyn
2014

Accuracy of human papillomavirus testing on self-collected versus clinician-collected samples: a meta-analysis.

Sancho-Garnier
2013

HPV self-sampling or the Pap-smear: a randomized study among cervical screening nonattenders from lower socioeconomic groups in France.

Darlin
2013

Comparison of use of vaginal HPV self-sampling and offering flexible appointments as strategies to reach long-term non-attending women in organized cervical screening.

Östensson
2013

Projected cost-effectiveness of repeat high-risk human papillomavirus testing using self-collected vaginal samples in the Swedish cervical cancer screening program

Snijders
2013

High-risk HPV testing on self-sampled versus clinician-collected specimens: A review on the clinical accuracy and impact on population attendance in cervical cancer screening

Racey
2013

Self-collected HPV Testing Improves Participation in Cervical Cancer Screening: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Eperon
2013

Randomized comparison of vaginal self-sampling by standard vs. dry swabs for Human Papillomavirus Testing

Levinson
2013

The Peru cervical cancer prevention study (PERCAPS): community-based participatory research in Manchay, Peru.

Gök
2012

Experience with high-risk human papillomavirus testing on vaginal brush-based self-samples of non-attendees of the cervical screening program

Zhao
2012

Pooled Analysis of a Self-Sampling HPV DNA Test as a Cervical Cancer Primary Screening Method

Murphy
2012

HPV Testing in Primary Cervical Screening: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Cerigo
2012

Dry self-sampling versus provider-sampling of cervicovaginal specimens for human papillomavirus detection in the Inuit population of Nunavik, Quebec

Lazcano-Ponce
2011

Self-collection of vaginal specimens for human papillomavirus testing in cervical cancer prevention (MARCH): a community-based randomised controlled trial.

Gravitt
2011

Looking ahead: a case for human papillomavirus testing of self-sampled vaginal specimens as a cervical cancer screening strategy

Castle
2011

Comparative Community Outreach to Increase Cervical Cancer Screening in the Mississippi Delta

Balasubramanian
2010

Accuracy and Cost-Effectiveness of Cervical Cancer Screening by High-Risk HPV DNA Testing of Self-Collected Vaginal Samples

Sankaranarayanan
2009

HPV Screening for Cervical Cancer in Rural India

Waller
2009

Barriers to cervical cancer screening attendance in England: a population-based survey

Szarewski
2007

Human papillomavirus testing by self-sampling: assesment of accuracy in an unsupervised clinical setting

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