More than a billion women worldwide go without access to cervical cancer screening. Screening for cervical cancer is critical due to it's high mortality rate when not detected by screening. Barriers to screening are both logistical and cultural, women in developing nations may face societal stigma and/or general physical discomfort from current screening techniques which require administration by a health worker.
Our senior design project aims to produce a device that can be used comfortably and privately, without the need for any third party direct observation. Furthermore, a recommendation will be rendered by the device itself, ensuring patient privacy and providing immediate feedback.