Correction in January 2016 issue

Jan. 14, 2016

Due to a printing error, several lines were left out of the Continuing Education article in the  January 2016 print issue of MLO. The last paragraph of page 10 should read as follows:

“Clearly, there is a pressing medical need for highly accurate detection of cervical cancer and high grade abnormal lesions, especially in developing countries where the use of standardized Pap tests is limited. This test must involve a low-cost, quick, disposable, cervical cancer screening system that is sufficiently inexpensive to be employed as a primary screen globally. Limited laboratory infrastructure and instrumentation should be required to quantitatively screen the cervical samples and provide analysis quickly without the need for expensive, trained personnel.20,21″