In this Tuesday, May 21, 2013 photo, health workers from Tata Memorial Hospital visits Usha Devi, right, who was suffering from cervical cancer, at her home in a slum in Mumbai, India. A simple ... more 
In this Tuesday, May 21, 2013 photo, health workers from Tata Memorial Hospital visits Usha Devi, right, who was suffering from cervical cancer, at her home in a slum in Mumbai, India. A simple vinegar test slashed cervical cancer death rates by one-third in a remarkable study of 150,000 women in the slums of India, where the disease is the top cancer killer of women. Experts called the outcome “amazing” and said this quick, cheap test could save tens of thousands of lives each year in developing countries by spotting early signs of cancer, allowing treatment before it’s too late. Devi, one of the women in the study, says it saved her life. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Rafiq Maqbool
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